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Signature® Auction #3084 


WORLD & ANCIENT COINS 


Featuring: The Charles J. Opitz Collection ¢ The Dr. Norman Jacobs Collection ¢ The Gruchevsky Collection ¢ The Storck Collection 


July 12-18, 2020 | Hong Kong 


The Mira Hotel | 118 Nathan Road | Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong 


FLOOR Session 1 
(Floor, Teleohone, HERITAGELive!® Internet, Fax, and Mail) 


session 1 
Lots 30001-30368 
Sunday, July 12 « 12:00 PM HKT 
Saturday, July 11 ¢ 11:00 PM CST 
Ancients « 30001 — 30035 
Annam — United States « 30036 — 30368 


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Session 2 
Lots 31001-31250 
Monday, July 13 « 2:00 PM HKT 
Monday, July 13 « 1:00 AM CST 
Annam — Vietnam 


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World & Ancient Coin Specialists 





Cristiano Bierrenbach Kenneth Yung Warren Tucker 
Executive Vice President Managing Director Hong Kong Vice President World Coins — Director of International Numismatics 





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Dear Bidder, 


We are pleased to present this first Hong Kong Signature Auction of the 2020s. Much has changed in the market for Asian 
numismatics in the last decade, particularly in that of Chinese coins, with prices and interest having increased by leaps and 
bounds in that time. It may also be said, though, that the world today is quite different than it was only seven months ago 
when we held our last Hong Kong auction. Though the way we live, work, and interact has been drastically altered, the 
fundamentals of the global numismatic market remain sound, if not stronger than ever, and the passion that our bidders 
have for their chosen hobby continues to prove unwavering. It is without a doubt because of this passion that we are able 
to continue to offer the fine selections that you see before you today. 


The indisputable highlight of the July auction is the renowned Yunnan “Spring” Dollar of 1910. Though the seasonal 
inscription on the coin ignites debate surrounding its exact origin, there is no argument about this coin’s representation as 
one of the absolute rarest and most famous types in all of Chinese numismatics. Only three examples are known, and this 
representative, hailing from the Dr. Norman Jacobs Collection, is certified at the absolute cusp of uncirculated condition, 
where even there it appears to be somewhat conservatively graded. Most bidders will likely never again be afforded with 
the chance to bid on this historic coin, and we are thrilled to have it as part of the auction, where it is bound to draw the 
avid attention of a global audience. 


The Yunnan "Spring" Dollar is making its first debut since last selling from the Dr. Norman Jacobs Collection in 2011, but 
this sale also contains a number of stellar highlights that are being offered under this pedigree for the first time. These 
include an impressive assortment of Thai patterns, circulation issues, and ‘Royal Gift’ (Bannakan) pieces, encompassing a 
rare and highly elusive 2 Baht pattern from 1877, as well as a borderline Mint State “Birthday” 4 Baht of Rama IV. 


Of course, and as is always the case in our Hong Kong sales, the majority of the biggest highlights hail from China itself, 
and both the scale and the scope of such offerings in this sale will astound any beholder. From the Gruchevsky Collection 
we see a formidable example of the famous Yuan Shih-kai “Plumed Hat” Dollar, certified at an impressive MS65+ grade by 
PCGS, and a virtually immaculate Tsao Kun Dollar certified MS65 by PCGS. However, by no means is the “peak” Chinese 
coinage confined to this collection alone. Other offerings include, not one, but three examples of the 1897 Kiangnan 
Dollar, both showcasing magnificent eye appeal. One will also find a number of Mint State “Plumed Hat” types beyond 
the example previously mentioned, a gorgeous Hupeh Tael (1904) certified choice Mint State by NGC, and a very rare “L. 
Giorgi” signed Pattern Cent, Year 5 (1916), similarly certified in choice Mint State condition. Chinese republican coinage 
proves especially strong in the sale, and we encourage you to explore for yourself the fascinating array of high-quality 
Republic of China dollars contained within. 


Among the more modern rarities offered in the auction are a PR69 Deep Cameo certified “Dragon Boat” 500 Yuan, struck 
in mintage of approximately 100 examples, a potentially unique, unadopted Marco Polo brass pattern 100 Yuan from 
1982, and one of only two known “Devices Near to Rim” Peacock silver 150 Yuan, certified PR69 Ultra Cameo by NGC and 
stemming from the Hercules Collection of Modern Chinese Coins. These lead into a wider array of world rarities, among 
which is a spectacularly toned PR67 Proof Essai Piastre of French Indo-China, undated but attributed to 1931. 


This sale, containing one of our finest selections of Asian-centric material yet, is bound to be counted as a success, 
however measured. As you peruse the auction catalog you will doubtlessly find that what is mentioned here is only a small 
fraction of even the most exciting material offered this July. Accordingly, we wish you both happy hunting and equally 
happy bidding. You, our bidders, play a most important role in keeping the numismatic market as vibrant as ever, and for 
that we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Best of luck, and may you continue to find those items that keep your 
passions alive and strong. 


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30001 





CALABRIA. Tarentum. Ca. 240-228 BC. AR didrachm 
or stater (19mm, 6.58 gm, 5h). NGC MS 4/5 - 4/5, brushed. 
Philocles, Phars- and Le-, magistrates. Nude jockey riding horse 
walking right, reins in left hand, crowning horse with wreath in 
right; OAPX monogram to left, AE monogram to right, ®B[AO/ 
KAH2 above dolphin swimming right below / TAPAYX, Taras 
astride dolphin left, rhyton in outstretched right hand, ornamental 
trident in left; two highly elaborate amphoras with lids on stands 
in right field. HN Italy 1057. Vlasto 950. 


Kr Ee, A EE IR, KATO H 240-2284, B#Ee 
4 01 9, Fe BR EE aE (19mm, 6.58em, 5h). NGC MS4/5 
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Estimate: $500-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





30002 


ZEUGITANA. Carthage. Ca. 350-320 BC. AV stater (18mm, 
9.31 gm, lh). NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 4/5, Fine Style. Bust of 
Tanit left, hair wreathed with barley ears, wearing triple-pendant 
earring and necklace with nine pendants; dotted border / Horse 
standing right on exergual line; three pellets to lower right at shin 
height, dotted border. Jenkins & Lewis, Group Ih. 


LACIE AN, AE, AIA TUR 350-3204, HEE ME 
(18mm, 9.31gm, lh). NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 4/5, Fine 


Style. 

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a= RK, RB. AJenkins & Lewis, Group IlIIh. 
Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 











30003 MACEDON. Acanthus. Ca. 470-430 BC. AR tetradrachm 


(28mm, 17.49 gm, 8h). NGC AU 5/5 - 4/5, Fine Style. Lion 
springing right, short straight tail downward, biting into hind 
quarters of bull kneeling to left with head lowered; tunny fish 
left in exergue, thick beaded border / AKA-N-OIO-N, legend in 
raised letters on incuse band, around raised quadripartite square, 
all within shallow incuse square. Desneux 98. 


Fo tGH. PK EMIS KR. A ATC H470-4304F, te, aR 
(28mm, 17.49¢m, 8h) . NGC AU 5/5 — 4/5, Fine Style. 

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AKA-N-THIO-N, 44442 PUMA HEP, BAR ATUL 

HH, ABB AML IA HB HIE PA RE HB, #Desneux 98. 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 


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30004 MACEDONIAN KINGDOM. Alexander III the Great 


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(336-323 BC). AV stater (19mm, 8.57 gm, lh). NGC Choice 
AU 5/5 - 4/5. Posthumous issue of Abydus (?) Head of Athena 
right, hair falling casually loose and over left shoulder, wearing 
triple-crested Corinthian helmet pushed back on head, long inter- 
secting crest ends, the bowl decorated with coiled serpent right 
/ AAEEANAPOY, Nike advancing left, wreath upward in right 
hand, stylis cradled on left arm; trident head upward connected to 
O below in left field, AI below wing in lower left field. Price -, cf. 
1523 for dies of similar style. 


A variety unknown to Martin Price and seemingly unique, The 
style of both obverse and reverse correspond to that seen on 
early posthumous issues of Abydus, where the plumes of Athena’s 
helmet crest and handled in the same fashion, as is the Nike in 
her walking right stance and with pointed wingtips. Looking at 
the controls, this emission is possibly linked with Price 1516 - a 
drachm bearing an MO control where the O is placed beneath the 
M in much the same was as it appears on this coin. Price lists four 
mints with AI under wing in left field for staters - Greece, Sinope, 
Aradus (Philip III) and Memphis - however, none of those are 
stylistically similar to the present example and can rule them out 
with a high degree of certainty. 


REA, BH LASHAR CATCH 336-3234) . REE 
3 ee & Me (19mm, 8.57 gm, 1h) . NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 4/5 


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(Price) 1523. 


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Estimate: $4,000-$6,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 





30008 MACEDONIAN KINGDOM. Philip III Arrhidaeus (323- 


317 BC). AV stater (18mm, 8.59 gm, 3h). NGC MS 5/5 
- 4/5. Babylon. Head of Athena right, hair loose and windswept, 
wearing necklace and triple-crested Corinthian helmet pushed 
back on head, long parallel crest ends, the bowl decorated with 
coiled serpent right / D[AITITTIOY-B-AXIAEQX, Nike advancing 
left, wreath upward in right hand, stylis cradled in left arm; AY 
below wing in left field, M below wing in right field. Price P178. 


REA. RAH (AH 323-3177). BABA AAY 
(18mm, 8.59 on 3h). NGCMS 5/5 = 4/5, 

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THAFELU, RMRGHHR EH EEM, #Price P178. 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 








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Fine Style Portrait of Alexander the Great 
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30006 THRACIAN KINGDOM. i varnish (305-281 BC). AR 


tetradrachm (29mm, 17.12 gm, 12h). NGC MS 5/5 - 3/5, Fine 
Style. Pergamum, ca. 287/6-282 BC. Diademed head of deified 
Alexander III right, with horn of Ammon; K below, dotted border 
/ BAXIAEQS / AYXIMAXOY, Athena seated left, Nike crowning 
royal name in right hand, resting left arm on grounded shield deco- 
rated with gorgoneion head boss, transverse spear in background; 
herm left in outer left field, archaic xoanon (cult image) facing 
in inner left field, EI] monogram in exergue. Thompson, Essays 
Robinson, 220 var. (monogram). Miller 287 (uncertain Thrace). 


Alexander the Great’s meteoric 13-year career of conquest left 
the classical world profoundly transformed by the time of his pre- 
mature death in 323 BC. In the immediate aftermath, Alexander's 
generals carved up his immense new empire into spheres of 
influence, although maintaining the fiction of a unified leader- 
ship. Territorial disputes soon led to civil wars, with the rival 
warlords contending for supreme power. Chief among these was 
Lysimachus, who at various times controlled Thrace, Macedon 
and much of Asia Minor. For the obverse of his silver his coinage, 
Lysimachus claimed the mantle of Alexander by choosing the 
image of the conqueror himself, now shown as a god wearing the 
ram’s horn of the Greco-Egyptian deity Ammon. The image is one 
of the earliest true portraits to appear on a coin, and one of the 
finest. The reverse, depicting Athena enthroned, likewise proved 
extremely influential throughout history, forming the archetype 
for the figure of Britannia on modern English coins. 


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30007 


‘Star’ Pegasus Stater 


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ACARNANIA. Leucas. Ca. 400-330 BC. AR stater (22mm, 
8.49 om, 9h). NGC AU 5/5 - 4/5. Pegasus flying right, A below 
/ Head of Athena right, wearing Corinthian helmet pushed back 
on head; hippocamp left behind. BCD Akarnania 224 var. (A on 
reverse). Calciati, Pegasi 107 var. (same). 


Ex Ktinker, Auction 326 (7 October 2019), lot 365 


PK ANE SE, RAKE RR. AAT HH 400-3304, EAE 
Se RE SRE Cas 8.49 gm, 9h)... NGC AU% 5/5 - 4/5. 
AGM BARAT, Pa EHL. OER MERE, RAMSAR 
a, posi ane JM Ze lA — 4%). ABCD Akarnania 224 
var, GSH 4EL IRA) . Calciati, Pegasi 107 var. GHIFHRAN) . HH 
EI: BE 20S (2019471078) , #32 365, 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





30008 


Attractive Archaic Issue 


AE a 





ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 510/500-480 BC. AR tetradrachm 
(21mm, 17.10 gm, 3h). NGC VF 4/5 - 4/5. Head of Athena right, 
wearing crested Attic helmet, the crest box ornamented with 
chevron pattern / AQE, owl standing right with closed wings, head 
facing; long olive sprig with two leaves and one berry behind, all 
within incuse square. HGC 4, 1590 (ca. 500/490-485/480 BC). 
Seltman Groups C, G and M. 


Pye HEB, AIC HT510/500-4804, Hee etre Ba 
"& (21mm, 17.10 gm, 3h). NGC VE 4/5 - 4/5. 

He SLR TH a BAR, A GA ERA, BHEVUEA. # 
sc ATHE, B/E Ashlie, IEW; RRR 
mee J RAMEN A, AHGC 4, 1590 (47 AT500/490- 
485/4804F) . Seltman Groups C, G and M. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





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GREEK 


Mint State ‘Star’ Early Tetradrachm 


‘Star’ Transitional Issue 





30009 ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 465-455 BC. AR tetradrachm (25mm, 


17.19 gm, 10h). NGC MS* 5/5 - 5/5. Head of Athena right, 
wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented with three laurel leaves 
and vine scroll / AQE, owl standing right, head facing; olive sprig 
and crescent moon behind, all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1596. 
Starr Group V. 


PreK, FE, MAT H465-4552, BREW eH RR 
(25mm, 17.19 gm, 10h) . NGC MS*® 5/5 - 5/5. 

RTL, MARMARA, HA RARER 

fa 2 RE. AE OC ATHE, SHSRR eh, BE; BO eT 

AER, AMLRAKBEMA AW. BHCC 4, 1596. Starr Group V. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





30010 


Fine Style ‘Star’ Transitional Tetradrachm 


A 4 9 






ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 455-440 BC. AR tetradrachm (25mm, 
17.20 gm, 3h). NGC Choice AU* 5/5 - 4/5, Fine Style. Early 
transitional issue. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic 
helmet ornamented with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / A@E, 
owl standing right, head facing, olive sprig and crescent moon 
behind, all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. Starr Group V. 


PEK. HEH, MAT H455-4404, BREW ewe 
(25mm, 17.20gm, 3h) . NGC Choice AU*® 5/5 - 4/5, Fine 

Style. 

PI EAL, MMAR, RUA RE th ty EER OE, 

i A = ESE RW SR. PATHE, SOR ahr, Be 

En; HRM AER, AMRAWEA A. BHCC 4, 1597 

o Starr Group V. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 


30011 ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 455-440 BC. AR tetradrachm (26mm, 


17.17 gm, 2h). NGC Choice AUX 5/5 - 5/5. Early transition- 
al issue. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet 
ornamented with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AQE, owl 
standing right, head facing, olive sprig and crescent moon behind, 
all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. Starr Group V. 


PreK, HEH, MAT H455-4408, BHEO eH RR 
(26mm, 17.17 gm, 2h) . NGC Choice AU® 5/5 - 5/5. 

BIE RAL, HRM AR, RUA REM HY THE ER OE, 

BHA = WA tee Bal Si. AT CATE, SIR Sa, 

En; HRM AER, BMRA A. BHCC 4, 1597 

o Starr Group V. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








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Choice Mint State 








30012 ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (26mm, 


17.22 gm, 10h). NGC Choice MS 5/5 - 5/5. Mid-mass coinage 
issue. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet orna- 
mented with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AOE, owl 
standing right, head facing; olive sprig and crescent moon behind, 
all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. 
Kroll 8. 


+. HEH. MATH 440-4044, EHS DW Rte HAR 
(26mm, 17.22 gm, 10h), NGC Choice MS 5/5 - 5/5, 

PERTEHEH. ERMTREE, TRA EH MER 

BAZ, HA = HERR eR. A OCATHE, 38 SUE re 3h 

1, REM; AeA, ARAB A. BHCC 4, 

1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 


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GREEK 


Mint State ‘Star’ 
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MS i 2 8 200 56 Fy SR 





30013 ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (25mm, 


30014 


17.21 gm, 10h). NGC MS 5/5 - 5/5. Mid-mass coinage issue. 
Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented 
with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AQE, owl standing right, 
head facing; olive sprig and crescent moon behind, all within 
incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 


rae + ER, AAT H440-4044, BRED Air Bake 
(25mm, 17.21 gm, 10h) . NGC MS 5/5 - 5/5. 

et ee Cee Gee eee 

#, te = ASE AW SR, PATHE, SE Ge 

7, RED; MRR AER, ART BHA. BHCC 4, 

1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (24mm, 
17.19 gm, 12h). NGC MS 5/5 - 5/5. Mid-mass coinage issue. 
Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented 
with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AQE, owl standing right, 
head facing; olive sprig and crescent moon behind, all within 
incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 


ae. EH. MAT H440-4044, Hew Rte SR 
(24mm, 17.19gm, 12h) . NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. 

PERT EW EE, EAM RAGA, ROA MEY EAT 

Ze, BHA = HA ESE 4a AOC ATHE, 4m BIE te oh 

ST, RIEM; MER HALR, AMRAVUNA. BHCC 4, 

1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





30015 





ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (24mm, 
17.21 gm, 7h). NGC MS 5/5 - 5/5. Mid-mass coinage issue. Head 
of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented with 
three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AOE, owl standing right, head 
facing; olive sprig and crescent moon behind, all within incuse 
square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 


eK. HH. MATH 440-4044, EAE OW RH HR 
(24mm, 17.21gm, 7h) . NGC MS 5/5 - 5/5. 

PERT EEE, ERR GA, ROA ER 

ae, Hi 7A = hy A EE a ed. TAC ATHE, Qe UE ie) 4 oh 

L, WiEM; hee HAR, BURA AN. BHCC 4 

, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








30016 ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (24mm, 


17.21 gm, 10h). NGC MS 5/5 - 5/5. Mid-mass coinage issue. 
Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented 
with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AQE, owl standing right, 
head facing; olive sprig and crescent moon behind, all within 
incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 


eK HEH. MATH 440-4044, ERE O Bie HR 
(24mm, 17.21 gm, 10h). NGC MS 5/5 - 5/5. 

PERT E ME, BROOME, RO REA 

#, RSPAS RM SR, FH CATHE, SOUR ek 

ST, RIED; RRR HALA, AMRABUN A. BHCC 4, 

1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





30017 





ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (25mm, 
17.18 gm, 7h). NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. Mid-mass coinage issue. Head 
of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented with 
three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AQE, owl standing right, head 
facing; olive sprig and crescent moon behind, all within incuse 
square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 


z+. HH. MATH 440-4044, EAE Eh HR 
(25mm, 17.18 gm, 7h). NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. 

PERT EAE. RRMA R EE, RAR EAH 

#, ta = AEA SR. ER MXATHE, SE ee 

, WiEM; hh HAR, AMRAYE EN. BHCC 4 

, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





30018 





ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (25mm, 
17.20 gm, 1h). NGC MS 5/5 - 4/5. Mid-mass coinage issue. Head 
of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented with 
three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AQE, owl standing right, head 
facing; olive sprig and crescent moon behind, all within incuse 
square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 


rte. HER, MATH 440-4044, BAS OW Sir BAR 
(25mm, 17.20 om, 1h)» NGC MS 5/5 «4/5, 

PER TEE, AMIR EG, BAH EEA 

#, tHE PAHS RMS, GO CATHE, HOUR ook 

1, REM; HR AER, AMRAKBHAA. BHCC 4, 

1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








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GREEK 


30019 





ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (25mm, 
17.19 gm, 4h). NGC Choice AU* 5/5 - 5/5. Mid-mass coinage 
issue. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet orna- 
mented with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AOE, owl 
standing right, head facing; olive sprig and crescent moon behind, 
all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. 
Kroll 8. 


Pde, HEH. MATH 440-404, PHEW Siw ERY 
(25mm, 17.19 - Ah) . NGC Choice AU® 5/5 - 5/5. 
reac eile L RAMSRES MAR MEH EERE 

Ze, 7A = Hr A YE XATHE, SHE ok 

1, AiG; Ghnnae eb, HEH WBMEN PY, BHGC 4, 
1597, SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





30020 


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Full Crest 





ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (24mm, 
17.19 gm, 7h). NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 4/5, Full Crest. Mid-mass 
coinage issue. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet 
ornamented with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AOE, owl 
standing right, head facing; olive sprig and crescent moon behind, 
all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. 
Kroll 8. 


te. HEB. MATH 440-4044, HEE BY Rr oe a 
Peis 17.199m, 7h) . NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 4/5, %2£ #f 


ea BM RA, AAMTURE A, RH Mth ERT 
a, Was fr A 48 Se Ail 4] Eo FHC ATHE, 4h UE 1 
VT, FUER; MRRP HALA, AMARA. BHCC 4 
, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $1,000-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $500 


Full Crest 
—* 





30021 ATTICA. Athens. Ca. 440-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (24mm, 


17.20 gm, 10h). NGC AU 5/5 - 4/5, Full Crest. Mid-mass 
coinage issue. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet 
ornamented with three laurel leaves and vine scroll / AOE, owl 
standing right, head facing; olive sprig and crescent moon behind, 
all within incuse square. HGC 4, 1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. 
Kroll 8. 


HK. HEH. MATH440-4044, BEE O Siw HR 
(24mm, 17.20gm, 10h) . ne AU 5/5 - 4/5, %2£ #1 Fl. 
PERTEN EE, HRMORRES, RACH MMR PAR 

4, the = ARE RMA. HEM XATHE, $8 5B ee 3k 

1, REM; HR AER, AMRAKBHE AA. BHCC 4, 
1597. SNG Copenhagen 31-40. Kroll 8. 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 








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30022 IONIA. Ephesus. Ca. 133-88 BC. AV stater (20mm, 8.49 gm, 


12h). NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 4/5. First series, ca. 133-100 BC. 
Draped bust of Artemis right, hair drawn into knot at back of 
head, wearing stephane and drop earring, bow and quiver over 
left shoulder / E-®, cult statue of Artemis Ephesia facing, fillet 
hanging from each hand, lighted torch (or thymiaterion) in inner 
right field between statue and fillet. Jenkins, Hellenistic, pl. B, 6 
(dated 123-119 BC). Head p. 69, 4 var. (different control mark). 





The Hellenistic gold staters of Ephesus have been the subject of 
long-running debate over when they were struck. In the 1880s, 
the eminent Barklay V. Head assigned them to the period of the 
Mithradatic Wars, circa 88-86 BC, when Ephesus briefly came 
under the control of the Pontic King Mithradates VI Eupator. 
However, as more varieties were discovered over the next 
century, it became clear they were struck over a much longer 
period of time. G.K. Jenkins, in a 1987 article, placed them in two 
groups starting in the later second century BC, after the Roman 
takeover of Asia Province in 133 BC, and linked the reverse 
symbols present on several varieties to similar symbols found on 
the common cistophoric tetradrachm coinage of the Roman era. 
Staters with a simpler two-letter ethnic, including the present 
example, belong to the earlier period, prior to 100 BC, while 
coins with a longer form come later in the series. 


SHED. UHM. MATH IZ3-884. FRESH SY 

(20mm, 8.49 gm, 12h) . NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 4/5. 

A) ATCA 133-1004F BY 3 — 1 AF PA AR AR, 

aE #8 4, Fe BEETS MR, "RAUER tm RAR, RLS 

cea Hf fH CE-PH, heirs ead RFA 
FAR. RA, RA, RK. B 

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4 variety AIA AV at) « 


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Asma Bi. 19HALBOFK, Exel. V. Pi spa AS 

TU Fl 88- Boe en, Bee {EL DA a Pt — FE Ze AS BE 

RE LE 7S EE al Bo NTO Pe ae RS Hl EZ HB — 

KS, TLE LE BRN MRE, CK Baie 

eee fig CEE Ht HP WAL, HO ANT BT ae 1 
CEM BA ATEM ISO BM Mn AE Ha HEA 

ai 1 ELEY 4 RSE EE Be veda ty age ARE EM eS = 

eis Bat EK BY BY AE EE SEE A LARGE Se 

EEA NSA, L476 BP — 0, ATCA 100FZ A eet, 

Ti EC BR BY Fl Ay AE RE 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 











30023 LYDIAN KINGDOM. Alyattes or Walwet (ca. 610-546 BC). 
EL third-stater or trite 12mm, 4.72 gm). NGC Choice XF 5/5 
- 4/5. Uninscribed, Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes mint. Head of 
lion right, mouth open, mane bristling, radiate globule above eye 
/ Two square punches of different size, side by side, with irregular 
interior surfaces. Linzalone 1090. Weidauer 86. Boston 1764. 
SNG von Aulock 2868. SNG Kayhan 1013. 


BJ ER ee CAATHIO1O-5464) . BEBE DZ 
— PRR IS (12mm, 4.72gm) . NGC Choice XF 5/5 - 
4/5. 

ESL, SIRE OR AA Hl, RE Ae. a, ae Ce A, 
ZEEE, Riel am DR. PHA EN 
AN, AAR, AAI. BLinzalone 1090. Weidauer 86 
© Boston 1764. SNG von Aulock 2868. SNG Kayhan 1013. 
Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








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30024 LYDIAN KINGDOM. Alyattes or Walwet (ca. 610-546 BC). 
EL third-stater or trite 13mm, 4.72 gm). NGC XF* 5/5 - 5/5. 
Uninscribed, Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes mint. Head of lion 
right, mouth open, mane bristling, radiate globule above eye / 
Two square punches of different size, side by side, with irregular 
interior surfaces. Linzalone 1090. Weidauer 86. Boston 1764. 
SNG von Aulock 2868. SNG Kayhan 1013. 


BR ER, PS ae AT H61O-5464) . HEB EDZ 

— PARIS (13mm, 4.72gm) . NGC XP 5/5 - 5/5. 
SESE, J SEK A AB eb EE eR. ae SAA, e CGR EA, 

REEy, RLF RPRHRM DR, CHW F CEN 

N, RHE, WHA. BLinzalone 1090. Weidauer 86 
© Boston 1764. SNG von Aulock 2868. SNG Kayhan 1013. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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GREEK 





30025 LYDIAN KINGDOM. Alyattes or Walwet (ca. 610-546 BC). 
EL third-stater or trite 13mm, 4.73 gm). NGC Choice VF 5/5 
- 4/5. Uninscribed, Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes mint. Head of 
lion right, mouth open, mane bristling, radiate globule above eye 
/ Two square punches of different size, side by side, with irregular 
interior surfaces. Linzalone 1090. Weidauer 86. Boston 1764. 
SNG von Aulock 2868. SNG Kayhan 1013. 


BJ EB, ARB AATHTE10O-5464) ,. BEB aDZ 
— 2 BAH I (13mm, 4.73 gm). NGC Choice VF 5/5 - 
A/D: 

Hcl 4, SJR ROK AAD Gl, HE Be A. Pe, GR, 
BES W, Re LA AWARD, BM HEN PREY, 
RYAR, Web eo FAL]. ALinzalone 1090. Weidauer 86 
» Boston 1764. SNG von Aulock 2868. SNG Kayhan 1013. 
Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





Rare Heavy Hecte 





30026 LYDIAN KINGDOM. Croesus (561-546 BC). AV sixth-stater 
or hecte (9mm, 1.77 gm). NGC Choice VF 3/5 - 3/5. Sardes, 
heavy standard, ca. 561-550 BC. Confronted foreparts of lion 
right and bull left, both with outstretched foreleg / Two incuse 
square punches of unequal size, side-by-side, with irregular inte- 
rior surfaces. Walburg Group III. Berk 7. Babylon Traité I 400. 
Very rare in the heavy series. 


Ex Heritage Auction, 3049 Long Beach (8 September 2016), lot 
30152 


BER, IEAM CAAT AHSOL-5464) . HEE 1/OM 
38 ee EF (Qmm, 1.77gm) . NGC Choice VF 3/5 - 3/5. 

Wee Bre ee | ae, MAT HT561-5504. mE HE A AE 
EA EW HN, 4AM. PHAM AVE, K)DA-E 
AH, Nem It. BWalburg Group III. Berk 7. Babylon 
Traité 1400. BRAAZHTAE A. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 









Fine Style ‘Star’ Daric 
Mt ETE THR EVEN ATL 


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oil F - ar = 








30027 ACHAEMENID PERSIA. Xerxes I[]-Artaxerxes II (5th- 
4th centuries BC). AV daric (17mm, 8.36 gm). NGC Choice 
AU 5/5 - 5/5, Fine Style. Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes, ca. 
420-375 BC. Persian king or hero, wearing cidaris and candys, 
quiver over shoulder, in kneeling-running stance right, transverse 
spear in right hand, bow forward in left / Irregular incuse punch. 
Carradice Type IIb, Group C. Sunrise 28. A masterful example, 
from dies of finer style than typically encountered in the series. 
Easily deserving of the star designation for superior eye appeal. 


Ex Gorny & Mosch, Auction 133 (11 October 2004), lot 282; 
Hirsch, Auction 224 (20 November 2002), lot 364 


eS ReRH, SWRI CE SER OHOIt AtTHL-O 
AL), Z2SAR RE (17mm, 8.36 gm). NGC Choice 
AU 5/5 - 5/5, Fine Style. 

BE Ok AAA, Mk MARR, HHH 20-37542, IM 
BERRA MGR, SRM WM, AA, CFR TAR 
AT, AFA. KALA EIBEN, ACarradice Type IIIb, 
Group C. Sunrise 28. SLi 3H —#k, tH Bt O38 aS 2) Wy Je 
ERAWRA, MRIRGNGCER, HAL RANDLE A. 


iH: Gorny & Mosch133 948% @ (200410FA 118) Aa He 
282; Hirsch# 2249844 & @ (20024411208) , Aa Fe 364. 
Estimate: $4,000-$6,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 





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30028 


30029 


GREEK-ROMAN REPUBLIC-ROMAN IMPERIAL 





SELEUCID KINGDOM. Seleucus I Nicator (312-281 BC). AR 
tetradrachm (26mm, 17.13 gm, 10h). NGC Choice VF 5/5 - 4/5. 
Seleucia II (2nd Workshop), from ca. 296/5 BC. Laureate head of 
Zeus right; dotted border / BAXIAEQY / XLEAEYKOY, Athena, 
brandishing spear overhead in right hand, shield on left arm, in 
car of quadriga pulled by horned elephants right; anchor right 
above, HIXP and AB monograms in exergue, dotted border. SC 
130.20. 


ZREELM, RHE BAA] CATH312-281F). OR 
+13, Bk (26mm, 17.13 gm, 10h) . NGC Choice VF 5/5 - 
4/5. 

HAM BR, MA, REE. AX BASILEOS/ 
SELEUKOU, 423 8 $ #8 9 7 ITT, ZEAE, FARAH 
Kar BW Be RE AL Ase, Bl al ee EF EICHR Fa 
AB, KBE. ASC 130.20. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 


Rare Sidon Mint 





SELEUCID KINGDOM. Antiochus VIII Epiphanes Grypus 
(121-96 BC). AR tetradrachm (30mm, 16.63 gm, 11h). NGC 
MS 5/5 - 4/5. Sidon, dated Seleucid Era 196 (117/6 BC). 
Diademed head of Antiochus VIII right, diadem ends falling 
straight behind; bead-and-reel border / BAXIAEQX / ANTIOXOY 
/ ETTI-BANOYX, Zeus Uranius, draped, standing facing, head 
left wearing large crescent, star in right hand, scepter in left; 
XIAQ / TEP/AXK above AIO monogram in left field, 6gP (date) in 
exergue, all in laurel wreath. SC 2330.1. HGC 9, 1197g (R2). Rare 
mint! 


ZREEB, Ki) Bika” BS”), AT HT121-96 
4e, WO 48 +0 9, Sh (30mm, 16.63gm, 11h). NGC MS% 5/5 
A/S, 

tie, eo A CAC HT117/64) . KR RAHA 
BR, TR ed, eR; BER DCE. WX BASILEOS/ 
ANTIOCHOU/EPI-PHANOUS, 8 St. tu 4 Hi GE BR, 
Aer ze, Law, FE, APE; RK 2 VISIDO/IER/ 
ASK(L#METFDIOL, Bl ELAR RACGP, 2b BK A EERIE AE. 
BSC 2330.1. HGC 9, 1197g (R2). BRK —AK! 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








‘Star’ Julius Caesar Elephant 
HAS Z| YU AR SAE 


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30030 Julius Caesar, as Dictator (49-44 BC). AR denarius (17mm, 


3.84 gm, 4h). NGC Choice AU* 5/5 - 5/5. Military mint trav- 
eling with Caesar in northern Italy, ca. 49-48 BC. CAESAR, 
elephant advancing right, trampling horned serpent / Pontifical 
implements: simpulum, aspergillum, securis (axe surmounted by 
dog or wolf’s head), and apex. Crawford 443/1. Sydenham 1006. 
Julia 9. 


AA. PUK, RE CATH 49-4445) , BAN BSR 
(17mm, 3.84 gm, 4h). NGC Choice AU*® 5/5 - 5/5. 

SLM te At A 7 gy Ee RR, MAT A9-48 4, EX 

CAESAR, ARM Ae, UBB Ae. Re Al: EA, BER, 

HALA BORE AR Fe el te. BCrawford 443/1. Sydenham 

1006, Julia 9. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





30031 


‘Star’ Comet Denarius 


SDH LA EB AN 


ef i: : [ 





Augustus (27 BC-AD 14). AR denarius (20mm, 3.79 gm, 
6h). NGC Choice XF* 5/5 - 5/5. Spanish Mint (Colonia 
Caesaraugusta), 19-18 BC. CAESAR-AVGVSTVS, head of 
Augustus right wearing oak wreath / DIVVS-IVLIVS, eight- 
rayed comet with tail upwards. RIC I 37a. 


Note - the holder misdescribes the mint as Lugdunum, which was 
not yet open when this coin was minted. 


A comet that appeared in summer 44 BC was held to signal Julius 
Caesar’s ascension to the heavens and proved quite useful in 
Octavian’s effort to get the Senate to deify his adoptive father. The 
memory of Caesar's deification was revived in connection with 
Augustus’ proposal to hold the Saecular Games in 17 BC and the 
“Julian star” is featured on his coinage in the years leading up to 
the event. 


Ble Hr eh (ATC RY 2744 2 014 4e) . BAN BSRIK (20mm, 3.79 
m, 6h). NGC Choice XF* 5/5 - 5/5, 

a & tLe (ABR), ATH19-184. BXCAESAR- 

AVGVSTVS, 44M RADA, RRB. PAX 

DIVVS-IVLIVS, \# PRA HZ, #2 LE. ARIC I 37a 

(Colonia Augusta). . 

a — TE Se Re Ay OL ye , TEE Be 

px ar Peg CSE HED RICHY HE TAN 7C BY 1S AF ae RAL 

i, DROS EB, ATM44EE RW BBERIA 

ALA Fe HH DAT A BY we, TE HB A AE AL oR TG Ee CT ER 

Pep, te A SE Be at AE Pe A PEAT LR A te oR HE 

AE ARE, ASIEN GEN BOE KEE, ALA ZB” Wl ete 

— fe ST BY EE aL EY ey a Se L 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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BYZANTINE 


Gem Mint State 





30032 


30033 


Constantine [IV Pogonatus (AD 668-685) with Heraclius and 
Tiberius. AV solidus (20mm, 4.47 gm, 6h). NGC Gem MS 
5/5 - 5/5. Constantinople, 2nd officina, AD 669-674. d N CON- 
T-NUS P, cuirassed bust of Constantine IV facing slightly right, 
wearing helmet with crest and plume, spear in right hand over 
shoulder, shield decorated with horseman motif in left / VICTOA- 
A-VCY B, standing figures of Heraclius (on left) and Tiberius (on 
right), both beardless and wearing chlamys, globus cruciger in 
right hand; flanking central cross potent on three steps, CONOB 
below. Sear 1156. 


Bose] Ott (668-6854) BeAr peek He Lh, RAIS 
4 (20mm, 4.47gm, 6h). NGC Gem MS 5/5 - 5/5. 
Hts] Bie RS — Ti, AT669-6744, tod N CON-T- 
NYSP, BE es TR, AAT] a il, BR A 
HEMBA, HEAFRAAR, FRAMERS. HEX 
VICTOA-A-VXI U B, #40 we C4) Ena (A) aR, ae 
44, Sette, 44a SHR: CARRERE 

77 CONOB. #&Sear 1156. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 


Choice Mint State 
. ne 





Justinian II, first reign (AD 685-695). AV solidus (20mm, 4.44 
gm, 7h). NGC Choice MS 5/5 - 5/5. Constantinople, 7th officina, 
AD 686-687. d-IUStINIA-NHUS PE€ AV, bust of Justinian IT facing 
with short beard, wearing crown topped by cross and circlet, 
chlamys pinned at right shoulder, globus cruciger in right hand / 
VICTORIA-AVCY Z, cross potent on three steps; CONOB below. 
Sear 1246. 


BTR IH, BRR (AT685-6954). RAZA 
(20mm, 444om, 7h) . NGC Choice MS 5/5 ~ 5/5. 
BLT EMRE LILY, AIC686-6874. M3cd-lUStINIA- 
NUS PE AV, #47 EB, ki 5Q, HAR EAR TS, 
$e JBL BIFOG, chi Rice 3 5K, 2 HS XVICTORIA-AVCH Z, 
= be hy Sg Ee 2 Er HXCONOB, & Sear 1246, 
Estimate: $1 000-$1,500 
Starting Bid: $500 





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30034 


Magnificent First Christ Portrait 
ee 


Justinian II, first reign (AD 685-695). AV solidus (19mm, 
4.24 om, 7h). NGC MS 4/5 - 4/5, clipped. Constantinople, 
uncertain officina (off flan), AD 692-695. IhS CRISTDS RE€X- 
RECNANTIGM, facing half-length bust of Christ with long hair 
and full beard, wearing pallium and colobium, cross behind head, 
raising right hand in benediction, book of Gospels cradled in left 
arm / D IUSTINI-AN-YS SERY CHRISTI, full-length figure 
of Justinian II standing facing, wearing crown and loros, cross 
potent on two steps in right hand, akakia in left; CONO-P below. 
Sear 1248. 


BETA Xtt, BK RIM (AT685-6954). RASS 
(19mm, 4.24¢m Th) NGC MS 4/5 — 4/5, @ Wi. 

BLT Se is ER, LYFE CRM) , 87692-69542. 

E@MX1hS CRISTDS RE€X-RECNANTIUM, #£#iE w+ 

HR, RAMA, BoP, RFE Se. HOE XD 

[USTINI-AN-US SERU CHRISTI, Ft TRH EMSS, KR 

Lee RUMAH, OF REAP AT SR, APPEL 

#2; BA MXCONO-P. #Sear 1248. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





30035 


Choice Mint State 
a 








Leontius (AD 695-698). AV solidus (20mm, 4.43 gm, 7h). NGC 
Choice MS 4/5 - 5/5. Constantinople, Ist officina. D LEO-N PE 
AV, facing bust of Leontius, bearded, wearing crown with cross 
on circlet and lozenge pattern loros, akakia in raised right hand, 
globus cruciger in left / VICTORIA-AVCY A, cross potent set on 
three steps; CONOB below. Sear 1330. 


Al RAK GM, ATL695-6984F, RAS (20mm, 4.43 gm, 
7h) . NGC Choice MS 4/5 - 5/5, 
ELT S BIE HR — TI. XD LEO-N PE AV, AURA BH 
EGMR, EM, ARES, SLVLAWMANM, BRN ES 
ets ERT ED BR, HH YSCVICTORIA-AVCYU A, = 
25 HE BB BYP BE, Ey HESCONOB. BSear 1330. 
Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 
Starting Bid: $750 





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30036 Minh Mang gold 3 Tien Year 16 (1835) XF Details (Mount 


Removed) NGC, KM229, Schr-206D, S&H-3.1.1.1.1.4. An 
extremely elusive type which is even more rarely found free of 
surface issues or use in jewelry, with the dated gold of Minh 
Mang being fiercely contest when it becomes available. Despite 
the noted mount removal and some alteration of the surfaces, the 
strike itself is quite bold, without significant weakness. 


HH ar NE (1835) =O, XF Details (Mount 
Removed) NGC, 

AREA, MLSE, KERN PS ER. i I at 
| WR SL OIE. HARA 
TA BS HE A SE IRD, (ET A TR, EN RE 
Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 











30037 Thieu Tri 4 Tien ND (1841-1847) MS65 NGC, KM279, Schr- 


254, S&H-Unl. 15.08gm. A most atypical grade for any type 
from this ‘presentation’ series of Annamese coins, with pieces 
more commonly coming bent, cleaned, tooled, or with evidence 
of mount removals. This specimen presents none of those issues 
whatsoever, with an even, well-struck flan tinged mildly with 
iridescence. Presently the single finest in the NGC census by 3 
grade points, and an absolute must for the connoisseur. 


1841-184 74F 48938 FF WS, MS65 NGC. 

£15.08E, SHERP RG LEW, -REREAB BA, 
He IR, RAK CTS ERG, MERRY. 
TH RLELAR, SAA. NGCA BE SRIE HY LF —, DA HE 
TE, MRR A A SH 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Reserve: $5,000 








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30038 Thieu Tri 5 Tien ND (1841-1848) MS65 NGC, KM282, Schr- 


243, S&H-4.6.2. 19.08gm. Currently the only example of this 
lesser-seen type certified by NGC, this gem-quality repre- 
sentative necessarily impresses the viewer through a forceful 
combination of freshly lustrous fields and a delightful cabinet 
tone that darkens subtly to the obverse peripheries. Though noted 
as a 7 Tien on the holder insert, the offering appears to be a5 Tien 
based on the stated weight of 19.08 grams. Extremely rare in this 
grade, and a likely unique chance for most bidders to acquire such 
a conditionally fine specimen. 


1841-1848 4F 48 ie ii HH 3%, MS65 NGC. 

£19.08%,. HER, SUB —MAPENGC, EME, Jet 
Weis TOE, LAS Ee eT, PERRI EER. BE RUA Bl BEER TBR, 
ME Wt, A 19.08 56 AYE SBE. aE Hh, ey AY EEE A, TE 
4, AW AY DSF 10 

Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 





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30039 


Thieu Tri 7 Tien ND (1841-1847) UNC Details (Cleaned) NGC, 
KM290, Schr-258.2. Large characters. Obv. Inscription, Thieu 
Tri Thong Bao, around small sun. Rev. Dragon. A well-struck 
example showcasing bold detailing and only lesser signs of a past 
cleaning amidst areas of mint luster expressed throughout the 
fields. 


1841-184 74F 486 i 7 4 #8. UNC Details (Cleaned) NGC. 
KEM. TE We Hel A BH lel RR EY [ 0a a | , 7 He HX. $1 
WIR, SAE Tei AT HE, CW, LA LR 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





30040 





Tu Duc Tien ND (1848-1883) MS62 NGC, KM409, Schr-361, 
S&H-3.18.2. 3.58gm. Only the third example of the type we have 
offered, showcasing boldly expressed details with the lightest 
traces of die rust and doubling. 


1848-1883 4 iis 72 38 FF — $8, MS62 NGC. 

B3.5856. WOE ARTA AN oe = 4K. REV, AE ARR. A 
Hie ES ik RHR EL SH Oh 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





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30041 Tu Duc 5 Tien ND (1848-1883) MS65 NGC, K M458, Schr-372.1. 


18.30gm. A magnificent example of this 5 Tien type ranking as 
the finest of only two examples seen by NGC, the lower certi- 
fied of which sold for $10,200 including Buyer’s Premium in our 
December 2018 Hong Kong Auction (Lot 30049). Though there 
is much to say for the quality of that specimen, the current offer- 
ing certainly earns its additional grade point, its visual appeal 
remarkably balanced and the surfaces lacking any meaningfully 
distracting signs of handling or contact. Lightly toned throughout, 
a combination of graphite, silver, and golden accents yielding an 
unmistakable visual charm that only adds to the offering’s unde- 
niable technical allure. 


1848-1883 fd 4838 57 738, MS65 NGC. 

B 18.30%. RABHK HY — Bo NCCE ABE, kB. 
Wh = 7 R201 8 FA 12 At Se HE A, “ep a De 
#VA10,200K TUR. ABTA HE AO, 18 AR KA AK 
WARE, LES RA, AUER, HHT, ORF 
fo, OEE RD. 

Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 





30042 Tu Duc 5 Tien ND (1848-1883) MS64+ NGC, KM457.1, Schr- 


359. 18.03gm. Far and away a superior example of the issue 
compared to what one usually sees from the type, where condi- 
tion tends to exhibit sufficient handling to preclude higher Mint 
State designations. This specimen’s status, yielding a “Top Pop” 
designation from NGC, is only further bolstered by an exquisite 
aesthetic appeal engendered by the night and day contrast of the 
obverse, which progresses smoothly from stone gray tones at one 
end to a predominance of silver color in the central region, bright 
gold coloration drawing the eye’s attention toward the opposite 
edge. A standout example in every respect, and prime representa- 
tive of Annamese coinage. 


1848-1883 4F iff 238 FH, MS64+ NGC. 

218.0330. WASTE FE — RTE RRR Le A Pe, MEL ARK 
iF, ABI, ZENGCA ERA ete. We A TE 
i], PAIR, AVA MRE: EMR H 
BRAM, MEY —-HSRA, IR SRS EHR, OA DF 
PR Ae. RAY ot, A HY AAT RK. 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 








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30043 Tu Duc 5 Tien ND (1848-1883) MS64 NGC, KM463, Schr- 
408A. 16.48gm. Exceedingly well preserved for this elusive type, 
with satiny surfaces displaying gradual tone transitions from 
graphite to silver throughout. One of the finest examples that 
NGC has certified throughout the entire 5 Tien series, and an 
offering deserving of the closest collector consideration. 


1848-18834 iid 7238 3 Ts, MS64 NGC. 

£16ASE, RERCEE, SRB, Aish 62 4R A k 
a NGCA #2 R38 FP, EN AK, SRR BZ BH 
Io 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 





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30044 Tu Duc 5 Tien ND (1848-1883) MS64 NGC, cf. KM454, 


S&H-4.5.1.3.1. 18.39gm. A satiny and well-kept representative 
displaying consistently sharp characters and design motifs over- 
laid in soft almond and silver tones. Absolutely scarce in this 
near-gem condition and a superior representative of the type in 
every respect. 


1848-1883 4F ite 48 38 fH 4%, MS64 NGC. . 

2 18.39%. RK RE, TA A i oat, EF 
BARFEREEDR. RAS I, BPR, MVEA, 
LH AE BY — 78g 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 





Starting Bid: $3,000 


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30045 Tu Duc 1/4 Lang ND (1848-1883) MS66 NGC, KM431, Schr- 


375. 9.45gm. A simply stunning example of the type, which rarely 
even appears in choice condition, let alone gem grades. Sharply 
struck, with silken surfaces overlaid in light graphite tones, soft 
touches of gold bordering the peripheries. This offering stands 
as the finest example of its type certified by NGC by three full 
points and appears destined to impress any beholder by its peak- 
quality condition. 


1848-18834 fl 7838 3 1/47. MS66 NGC. 

B9455, FANE, Al PERN CIR, Gemmy tt 
Wee PAE. WANT, FET AR TH, BL SE LE, SME RR 
ikéte, MBENCCHAFIELL =A AE, ELAS —, TBH —AL, 
TSE WHR SEE 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 





30046 





Tu Duc 1/4 Lang ND (1848-1883) MS64 NGC, K M430, Schr- 
350.3. 9.53gm. Satiny throughout, the surfaces demonstrating 
minimal signs of handling and bordered by attractively toned 
rims, touches of pale gold embracing the devices. The finest of 
only two examples currently certified by NGC and a rare oppor- 
tunity at this level of certification. 


1848-18834 iid 38 1/45). MS64 NGC, 

B9.53 5h. RARE, MBIT ALI, FR KL A A 
Fe RETR R LK NGCA &# 2 AC BER EY A. RHE 
to 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 


Starting Bid: $1,500 








30047 


Tu Duc 1/4 Lang ND (1848-1883) MS62 PCGS, KM431, Schr- 
375, S&H-3.8.2.2 var. (slightly different dragon; 2-1/2 Tien). 
9.41gm. Impressively close to choice for an issue that can hardly 
be said to come this nice with any regularity, a deep charcoal 
patination over the fields revealing thick die polish lines over both 
sides when rotated in hand. 


1848-1883 F iid 48 i 371/47. MS62 PCGS. 
REBSRAAE., COA. ROME, BB RADY TAL 
JR IR BREA, ECS UME TR RA 
Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





30048 





Tu Duc gold 3 Tien ND (1848-1883) AU Details (Plugged) 
NGC, KM527, Schr-413, S&H-3.1.1.2.3 (3-1/2 Tien). An incred- 
ibly elusive ceremonial type well sought-after in all grades—the 
present piece appearing to have been long valued for its visual 
appeal, the plugging around 3 o’clock and tooling of the surfaces 
consistent with use in jewelry. This is only the third example we 
have been able to locate coming auction in recent years. 


1848-1883 4F ii 8 18 37 = 3%. AU Details (Plugged) NGC. 

We RD ie Fa ET BEL, FAIR Se HR EE FET BY J LI 
AU AR EBRD BZ. Aa Bl UAE RAE FH RY = AK 
Fe] KTH ut 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








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Ex. Farouk 5 Tien 
1H Ele Bk Re A Ee A RS 


30049 








Tu Duc gold 5 Tien ND (1848-1883) AU58 NGC, KM538, 
Schr-408, S&H-3.3.1.3. 17.37gm. Extremely rare and imposing 
to say the least, with markedly little of the usual doubling of the 
characters seen on so many of the Annamese presentation issues 
of the period. Struck from the same dies as the silver 5 Tien, this 
impressively pedigreed specimen is one of just a small handful 
that have appeared on the market in recent years and is likely the 
sole certified example, marking it as a clear target for the sea- 
soned collector of early Vietnamese coinage. 

Ex. Editions V. Gadoury Auction (December 2017, Lot 1380); 
Numismatica Genevensis Auction 8 (November 2014, Lot 328); 
Numismatica Genevensis Auction 7 (November 2012, Lot 1062); 
Heritage Auction #3016 (January 2012, Lot 23275); King Farouk 
Collection (Sotheby’s, 1954, Lot 1309) 


1848-1883 Fil] ik FS, AUS8 NGC. 

217.375. HFA. MERZ AWNREAS LRA, KA 
BP AT ae ae, Ee RY kT PR 
He FLEE SR SRE I] We — ath AR EAE Hy ED FL, Ba IR ee — 
oo FE REFS, Le eH ek Pe A Se 


HH El: 

2017 Editions V. Gadoury74#% 

20144#Numismatica Genevensis #844 & 
20124eNumismatica Genevensis #7 408, #34440 & #3016 
1954457 BLS EER 

Estimate: $20,000-$22,000 

Reserve: $20,000 





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BHUTAN 


AUSTRALIA 





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30050 Elizabeth II silver Proof “Year of the Pig” 30 Dollars (Kilo) 


2007-P, Perth mint, KM1897. Year of the Pig lunar issue. Housed 
in oversized mint capsule. 


2007-P# + H3070 8 WSR UAT) « 
SH Se. AHA, RE PPABE 
Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 








BELGIUM 








30051 Leopold II copper Specimen “Visit of Tong-Shao Yi to the 
Brussels Mint” Medal 1909 SP64 Brown PCGS, Brussels mint, 
Dupriez-1677. 37mm. Plain edge. A fleeting commemorative 
type, struck on the occasion of visit of the Emperor Hstian-tung’s 
correspondent Tong-Shao Yai, to the Brussels mint. Yi would 
later be named prime minister by Yuan Shi-kai in 1912. 


19094F | BARA GE A Ie "SR Stk. SP64 Brown 

PCGS, 

a hE 2S WR 87B Kk. eae RILRB ELH. SHS 

oe ee a BA EE ae ae 
hea $B 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





BHUTAN 








30052 Jigme Singye Wangchuck gold Proof “World Fellowship of 
Buddhist Youth” 3000 Ngultrum 2003 PR67 Ultra Cameo 
NGC, KM194. A seemingly quite rare commemorative Proof, 
as we have been unable to locate any other examples coming to 
auction in recent years. AGW 0.999 oz. 


2003444 HR HAE He] SOOOM MARRS 
tt, PR67 Ultra Cameo NGC. 

—KMB ERM ERAAAI UERADMEBL, 2A 
=: 0.999024], 

Estimate: $1,500-$1,700 

Starting Bid: $750 





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30053 Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah gold Proof “Sultan’s Coronation” 





1000 Dollars 1978 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM22, Fr-1. 
Mintage: 1,000. AGW 1.4740 oz. 


1978 4F IX FeO AN I A SE 1000 TBS 
i, PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

B47 21,000. @# 21.4740 it 4, 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,250 





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30054 temp. King Shwebo Min “Hantha Bird” Standard or Opium 


Weight of 497 Kyat ND (1837-1846) XF, cf. Mitch-pg. 365 (this 
weight unlisted), Opitz-pp. 376-377 (same), Robinson/Shaw-pg. 
32, 10 (same). Height: 222mm. 8101.16gm (17.86 Ibs). Hexagonal 
base. An extremely imposing and most unusual example of the 
usually rather common “Hantha Bird” type weight, seemingly 
entirely unpublished at this very large size, with the heaviest 
weight noted by Robinson and Shaw being 250 Kyat (measur- 
ing the Kyat at 16.3gm). Similarly entirely unlike any of the 
pieces we encountered in the Charles Opitz collection, it 1s almost 
certainly of the highest rarity, and may be among the more unof- 
ficially sanctioned pieces mentioned by Robinson and Shaw. 
Aged to deep brown with hard green apple patina, and worthy of a 
premium bid. 


1837-18464 iq [Hantha 2S | BRI BE497 
Tus. XP 

M2222. £8101.16%. NAUK. (ROR) RAPHE F 
ANGE, UP Rea HSL AWRKY, £Robinson#Shaw 
qe BY (A a BY Be A) HA ek TR RR A A250 A 
To, 2 BNE Opitz 76 + ei Psa SI ERA AAA, BH 
WA RHA eA, wb YY fe = Robinson*Shaw/i te 2 
AY AG SEI SE ER ei, BRE RR ARE, 1 
4G HLL 0 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








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CAMBODIA 


CAMBODIA 








30055 Ang Duong white-metal Pattern Tical CS 1208 (1847) MS61 NGC, KM-PnA2, Fonrobert-2161. An extremely rare pattern issue of this elegant 


and popular type with the Hamza bird motif, the present offering pleasantly sets soft graphite tones against extremely crisp, almost chiseled 
devices and hints of Prooflike luster to produce a stunning visual effect. Seldom do examples of this pattern exhibit such a frosty and nearly 
blemish-free appearance as does this piece, while only the slightest of handling marks and a light scuff under the central arch of the temple 
prevent a higher grade. Nevertheless, this certainly remains a laudable offering for the type and is sure to add unparalleled beauty to any collec- 
tion of Southeast Asian coins. This same example previously hammered for an impressive $8500 in May 2012, and is cited as the premier auction 
reference in the Standard Catalog of World Coins. 


CS1208 (1847-F) RHR te Ki, Bes. MS61 NGC. tkMDE WTR, SAR OCR B— Hamza! BR, Wo tee. 
HT LAVOE TRIG, RUA AE RN, HOLE AEM, SIE, MER EAN RR, MPR, RA UK, (a 
RARE BY (AE te A HEY Ae OR PA Ge SEK Ha AS ARB fit LY RS TP KEY AE 201 256A Et BP EV$8, 500K TM Ro BAH 
BEAR IK TH Be AY Te A HAE 5 | eH PY HE AK 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 





30056 Norodom I Medallic Proof 2 Francs 1860 PR65 NGC, KM-XM7 (prev. KM47). A sharp Proof emission of the medallic non-Essai variety 


(indicated by the absence of the “E.” in the left obverse field). A distinctive wateriness permeates the fields, these dressed in variegated metallic 
tones that interweave and transition seamlessly, lending a unique and welcome visual appeal. 


186045 9 Si SE ate EF — HEI BNA AR SRE, PROS NGC. | | 

— BORN AL, BREA RA OE! , Aba eR, RRA, LAR Ee ARMM, BORE. Hlt—B. 
Estimate: $3,000-$3,500 

Reserve: $3,000 





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CAMBODIA 





30057 


Norodom I brass Specimen Essai Test Coin 5 Francs 1875 
SP63 PCGS, Brussels mint, KM-XT4, Lec-96 var. (there, in 
copper). Reportedly of the highest rarity, displaying electric violet 
tone over brassy yellow surfaces. Struck by the Menning Brothers 
as a sample for their minting press’s capabilities in an effort to sell 
minting equipment to Cambodia. 


187546 RF SE we HEL — tH IK BB Be a at HF, SP63 PCGS, __ 
FSELAE, HEDRRE, HEE RH LASER Ea 
a REL AAA i ve, FAVEAR BLL SST BON, Ie) SRT SR TE SH 
eT EL, 

Estimate: $5,000-$6,000 

Reserve: $5,000 





30058 





Republic gold Proof “Chinese Diplomatic Relations” 30000 
Riels PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM-Unl. Struck in celebration 
of the 60th Anniversary of Chinese and Cambodian diplomatic 
relations. AGW 0.9999 oz. 


201846 [+ ae OE 2 & | 3000084 HAS, PR7O Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

AL ASR HSE SH FERN HE. MG SB 0.9999 tt A, 
Estimate: $1,500-$1,700 

Starting Bid: $750 





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CHINA 











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30059 Warring States Period. State of Chi “Three Character” Knife 


Money ND (400-220 BC) Good XF, Hartill-4.6m, Jen-26. 178mm. 
48.55gm. The obverse characters read: “Qi Fa Hua” (Qi Legal 
Money), and the reverse character reads “Che”. An ideal type 
representative, the edges clean and free of chipping or corrosion, 
with light sandy deposits over hard apple green patina. The back 
displays a small inventory sticker from Mr. Opitz’s collection. 
From the Charles J. Opitz Collection 


BEE Tt VATU R400-220-F) Mall ==") AK. Good XF. — 
1782. £48.55. HHAA MK), BA IM BAe ee 
HE |. —7BLAK REBEL OC, FSET RR, RIL LAY 
Wie. AA th EB Opitz + ERE 

1: Charles J. Opitzé + & i 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








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30060 Qing Dynasty. Hebei Huabao? (“Reformed”) Sycee of 48 Taels 


ND (c. 19th Century), Cribb-Class III.B? 100x64mm. 1757.8gm. 
Stamped in two sections, each reading: “Kui Chou Nian Yue Ri” 
(Year, month, day of lunar year Kui Chou). A weighty high-sided 
ingot that clearly saw ample use and circulation. Though Cribb 
does not record ac. 50 Tael sycee with these stamps, class B of 
the Huabao ingots of Hebei is the only section we have found that 
he mentions a sycee of this size stamped twice with its date of 
manufacture. Some minor discoloration from an old label is noted 
on the side for accuracy. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


RA (RAE AL) D+ a eS | 
100x642 Kk, 21757830. SCH MRL (RAAB. HSE 
AEE a SL CLA Hh. EAE BA Cribb) SEP eH ACA 
ao A UK EBL AY TSR, 1 te Bl T RY AN ie 
He SUP eA Ace, Be ER LS hE BL 
BEAK, J AAAH BE BU HE 3C 28 GBCA MELE 17 a 

Estimate: $4,000-$6,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 








30061 


Qing Dynasty. Kwangsi Xiaofangbao (“Small Square’) Sycee 
of 2 Taels ND, cf. Cribb-XXX.A.331-332, cf. Tai, Sycee Online, 
Flsh/19 (heavier weight, different stamps). 31x30mm. 72.56gm. 
Stamped in five sections, the central stamp reading: “Xi X1” 
(Double Joy), and the other four stamps reading, clockwise from 
the top left: “Shuang”, “Fu” (Blessings), “Shou” (Longevity), and 
“Chuan” (Competitiveness), all blessings for felicity and longev- 
ity. Perhaps produced for presentation, with far more striking 
unevenness on the face than actual wear. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


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AE] BB a ae [se |, Hiatt AIRS, ze LAK 
Ka: TA BS ey PIAL, e—-WHES BARA 
IL To TEAR RTM HEBARERE te pei A 4 
4 WL ARPEAL, ORGHB ATHE RA CBCAA BET EE 
Estimate: $700-$900 
No Minimum Bid 





30062 





Qing Dynasty. Kwangsi Xiaofangbao (“Small Square”) 
Sycee of 2 Taels ND, cf. Cribb-XXX.A.333 (lighter weight), cf. 
Tai, Sycee Online, Flsh/16 (different character, lighter weight). 
32x28mm. 73.69gm. Stamped “Xi Xi” (Double Joy). Featuring a 
charming aged graphite tone, with the upraised edges on the ingot 
still sharp and without signs of bending. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


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HS BEAST SRL RE Bll aT 2 AY 0 Jee Lek WEE Se, & 
Be Be Fe AT RB A TS EB Wet FARBER, 


HSH BE BYE 2 A GBCA ABLE 47 BR 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 
No Minimum Bid 





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30063 Qing Dynasty. Kuang-hsti Kwangsi Fangcaoding (“Square 


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Trough”) Sycee of 11 Taels Year 29 (1903), Cribb-Class LX.C. 
57.5x42mm. 406.45gm. Cast at Ruixiangfeng Treasury, Fuchuan 
County. Stamped in five sections, the top stamp reading: “Fu 
Chuan Xian” (Fuchuan County), the bottom stamp reads: “Ku 
Yin” (Treasury silver), the right stamp: “Guang Xu Er Shi Jiu 
Nian” (Kuang-hsu Period, 29th Year), the left stamp: “San Yue 
Ri” (3rd month, day), and the center stamp: “Rui Xiang Feng” 
(Cast at Ruixiangfeng Treasury). Well-circulated though still 
fully legible, and a very collectible issue. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


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575x422, £406.45%,, EERE: ae JR Pie T 
SR ay ORM] EW = APE (ASR RAR), 
SE | BLP SCG A Ae BC | BE 
Sete. A Li, LECT eH AT fe FLU FEL Hh 
BARA, HAMNER A CBCAABLIE AE. 

Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $600 





30064 





Qing Dynasty. Kwangtung Fangcaoding (“Square Trough”) 
Sycee of 10 Taels ND (19th-20th Century), cf. Cribb-Class 
LVIL.A. 60x44mm. 377.84gm. Cast at Cheng Bank. Stamped in 
three sections on the face, the central stamp reading: “Cheng 
Ji” (Cheng Bank), and the stamps to either side reading: “Zhen 
Xiang” (smith or foundry name). Stamped on either side, with the 
first four characters reading: “Guo Huo Wei Zhen” (Inspected by 
public assayer as genuine), we have been unable to make out the 
other four characters. Slightly doubled in the stamps, though with 
original patina and minimal handling. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


Ya TARR | rat, FED] TY AA SE 

60x442, £377.84. [Ret] RRS PRA RAL, 
EAM AA A Tat (SR AB) ER [ee | (BCE Bese ae 
WAR) , BRAM T SAA IER ah K ME (BHR 
ear a), AER SRES HE. Ril A aS, RARE, 
HE Sit al o bh AREER, EASE Ee Fl He 30 24 BCAA TUE 47 


Hino 
Estimate: $800-$1,200 
No Minimum Bid 





30065 





Qing Dynasty. Shanxi Fushou Xiaobao (“Small”) Sycee of 
1 Tael ND XF, Cribb-XXV.A.254. 30.9x17.9mm. 37.69mm. 
Stamped “Shou” (Long Life). Well-executed and preserved with a 
deep argent patina from long-time cabinet storage. 

Ex. Charles J. Opitz Collection 


vai le 14) —W a ee. XB 
30.9x17 9B, 37.69%. RAGHEB 
A, TRAE BURR ELE. 

41: Charles J. Opitz & i 

Estimate: $500-$700 

No Minimum Bid 


[Se]. amt ae ay oF BY — 





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30066 Qing Dynasty. Shanxi Fushou Xiaobao (“Small”) Sycee of 1 





Tael ND Good VF, Cribb-XXV.B.268. 32.2x17.7mm. 36.86gm. 
Stamped “Xi X1” (Double Joy). A fully engaging representative of 
this popular good fortune type. The base displays a small inven- 
tory sticker from the previous owner’s collection. 

Ex. Charles J. Opitz Collection 


Yeti [ae | —Wai et) 3%. Good VF. 

32.2x17 7B, 36.86%. KORA Ge |), BAR RE 
EY HES BS 2 FE. We RR ES EY a AE SC, JRE FER IEL 
EY —/) eR 0 

41: Charles J. Opitz ik 

Estimate: $500-$700 

No Minimum Bid 








30067 Republic. Shanxi Jingbao (“Mirror”) Sycee of 50 Taels ND (c. 
1912-1948) Certified UNC+ by HuaXia, Cribb-Unl. (cf. Class 
I.A.), cf. Tai, Sycee Online, Ss50/6, Ss50/10 (for other Republican 
period ingots of this type). 105x65mm. 1884gm. Stamped in two 
columns, the right reading: “Min Guo Nian Yue” (The Republic 
of China Year Month), and the left reading: “Ku Se” (Appraisal 
of the Bureau for the Fineness and Weight of Silver), and “Tian 
Yi” (smith name). A handsomely produced and sturdy ingot, the 
stamps all boldly cut with a distinctive round-globular border 
around the left characters. Interestingly, Cribb only records 
Shanxi Jingbao from the reigns of Daoguang to Xuantong, with 
no Republican-period 50 Taels of the type present in the British 
Museum Collection, though Tai’s website displays images of two, 
admittedly different, specimens from the Republican era. 


Bd Ff] (1912-1948) bw REA ee AAI RPAH 
SRC. 32 GEAXUNC? 

LOSx65%*, 21884%. REMARK: wie | RAHI, 2 
WIRE), SURES RRB ERE, RR LES IA 
Al. PHAM EB NSS, ARR, ATK SAY 
SEM ES. Cribbe 2 FH BOAR 76 & CE PAL 1 Sie 
TRS, ARE WERT AA RSE A MSR Se, TSR See 
eH Fl BL as PBC Te EY AE ASRS, AT 
Estimate: $10,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 








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30068 Qing Dynasty. Szechuan Piaoding (“Certified”) Sycee of 10 





Taels ND (19th-20th Century), Cribb-Class XL.F. 58x50mm. 
360.79gm. Stamped: “De Cheng Rong” (foundry or bank name). 
Strikingly pristine along both the base and in the concentric flow 
rings on the face, with the stamp mildly flat, and as such condi- 
tionally rather scarce. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


aR) ERAS | SE. 

583x508 k. £360.79%., Rat: ERR) Gee RAS 
A) » Jer JR EB Fale] BIER LNA 1H a AF eR, iL sh aes, A 
as Hh ie LAR EE SL, TREN E BE BY He 2K 26 GBCA ABE EE 4T 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





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30069 Qing Dynasty. Szechuan Piaoding (“Certified”) Sycee of 


11 Taels ND (19th-20th Century), Cribb-Class XL.F. 62mm. 
406.39gm. The stamp reads: “Yi Mao Lu” (bank or smith name). 
An attractive example of this popular sycee type, with light evi- 
dence of circulation doing nothing to impinge of the legibility of 
the characters. For reference, a similar example of the same ingot, 
weighing 12 Taels, appeared in a recent Hong Kong sale, where 
the characters were identified as a bank name, and which realized 
$1450. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


aR I] | a eR | SE. 

622k. 406.3952. RA lm ete, BIMTRKLEZ. HA 
AWS SE, KASS DAL NSE. AP FEE Bh, PREV RA 
AP A BV ASO RTO RRS. ERAS. Weve Hh 
REE, AE HT $2 2 AS GBCAMBIETT RE. 

Estimate: $750-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 


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30070 Qing Dynasty. Yunnan Sanchuo Bianding (“Three-Stamp 


Slab”) Sycee of 4 Taels ND (19th Century), Cribb-Class 
LXVIILB. 55x40mm. 149.02gm. Stamped in three sections, each 
reading: “Gong Tai Yao Liang” (Cast at Gong Tai Bank (or salt 
well), Yao Liang, smith). Free of weakness in the stamps. Though 
Cribb states that for this class, the stamps carry the smith and salt 
well name, Gong Tai may also refer to a bank. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


HARE CRE] ARSE. oo 

55x40@*, 2149.02%. EMS RELA A ARH! HE 
[AR | AORTA ARH, SEE Te]. SR CREM, tee 

Cribb sx4i ui, FERS SE, | aR | BAGO He T 58h BE 7H FF BY 

aH, (AISA PL RETR N ASR WLAN EPO, TAREE RT He 

3e A GBCAMELIE 47 2S 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 





30071 Qing Dynasty. Yunnan Sanchuo Jieding (“Three-Stamp 


Remittance”) “Packsaddle” Sycee of 4-1/2 Taels, Cribb-Class 
LXVI.I, Assay Stamp E2. 56x33mm. 164.26gm. Cast at Jinfuxing 
Bank, inspected by official assayer She. Each of the three main 
stamps reads: “Jin Fu Xing Hao Hui Hao Wen Yin” (Jinfuxing 
Bank, remittance bank fine silver), assay stamps read: “Guan 
Gong Gu She Kan” (Inspected by official public assayer She). 
A well-struck piece with some slight doubling on the character 
“Fu”. Interestingly, this bank is not recorded in Cribb’s catalog 
of the Sanchuo Jieding British Museum Collection—one of the 
catalog’s most comprehensive portions. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


aE AE RS 2 . 

56x33. £164.26%. SRAM RAN: (eH TE HA 

KI. EH RRMA, BARREL EAM al RA, 8 
[Fa | FA PEE WS FE ARR Cribb 76 EY (= BES AR 

TE PEK jek) ESR. WOME ACEP OL, RETA BY te 3 kt GBCAA 

TRIE {Ta a 

Estimate: $500-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 











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30072 Qing Dynasty. Yunnan Sanchuo Jieding (“Three-Stamp 


Remittance”) “Packsaddle” Sycee of 5 Taels 1910, cf. Cribb- 
LX VI.B.743 (different bank), Assay Stamp Fl. 58x35mm. 
175.24gm. Cast at Tongxin Bank, inspected by assayers Tong 
and She. Each of the three main stamps reads: “Geng Xu Jiu 
Yue Tong Xin Hui Wen” (Geng-xu Year, 1.e., 1910, 9th month, 
Tongxin Bank, remittance bank fine silver), assay stamp reads: 
“Guan Gong Gu Tong She Kan” (Inspected by official public 
assayers Tong and She). Extremely well-preserved and hand- 
somely toned with abundant residual luster. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


k= BW eye. 

558x352, 175.245. PREM RRAA eA 
Dil AA ARAB, VASE H RRM PAGE 
Alo TRAFTRE, am Ve Ws BL AR EAM, RES TE BY He RE 
GBCAA BREST ENG 

Estimate: $800-$1, 000 

No Minimum Bid 





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30073 Qing Dynasty. Yunnan Liangchuo Paifangding (“Two-Stamp 


Tablet”) Sycee of 10 Taels ND (c. 19th-20th Century), Cribb- 
LXXII.C.1031. 50x44mm. 372.07gm. Cast by silversmith Xu 
Guang. Stamped in two sections, the top reading: “Meng Hua 
Ke” (Menghua Subprefecture Tax), and the bottom reading: “Yin 
Jiang Xu Guang” (silversmith: Xu Guang). Very rare and heavily 
coveted, the characters sharply executed with champagne toning 
in the recesses of the stamps and even faint die polish lines dis- 
cernable. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


ARE w | ER REI) Te ET 

50x44, 2372. O75. LARA AT SCR (RCRA), FA 
PAARL IE 86% [SRR IC) TERE A ASRS, RIL RH RZ! 
URS SLM, WR RADAR, HMA ATE 
20 44 GBCAA TEL IEE 4 if FINN L FE o 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








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30074 


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Qing Dynasty. Kuang-hst' Yunnan Yuansi Changyuankezi 
(“Fine Silk Oval”) Sycee of 9-1/2 Taels ND (1875-1908), 
Cribb-Class LXXXV.D or E. 67x40mm. 350.15gm. Stamped in 
two sections, reading: “Yunnan Sheng Zao” (Made in Yunnan 
Province) and “Guang Xu” (Kuang-hst era). A highly popular, 
though apparently poorly documented type, with the issues 
stamped “Yunnan Sheng Zao” unlisted either by Cribb or Tai. 
This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


Wa tae 4F (1875-1908) SROKA 
67x40% Kk, 350.155. He tM (A), AUREL SH 
BE | (GH). HEMEL S, AE A By KX. Cribb 
RTaikl e+ MILA lh CS ae | ECAR, WB RP 
OL, HEARTH BT eR kG GBCA AE FT BR EE 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





30075 





Qing Dynasty. Bagongbao Like (“Eight-Votive-Treasures”) 
Buddhist Presentation Sycee of 1 Tael ND, Cribb-XCI.C.1291. 
29x25mm. 34.73gm. Displaying Eternal Knot shape. A popular 
design motif from both the Buddhist religion and Chinese culture 
more broadly, with Cribb citing only a single piece among the 
holdings of the British Museum, stemming from the Kann collec- 
tion. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


Ya tt | lelose lel | /\ SESE al AR A SR SE 

29x25 K, B34.73 56. ROA aK, ABT EB RZ Tit 
Fy et. Cribblel sx + 1 tk J — 1 REA EA EY Be, 
RET SEU RAT. Weim SLATE, IAT BT HEC 48 GBCAB 
TELE FT BM HE 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 








30076 


Qing Dynasty. Bagongbao Like (“Eight-Votive-Treasures”) 
Buddhist Presentation Sycee of 1 Tael ND, Cribb-XCI.B.1287 
(though with diameter of 1286). 24mm. 36.83gm. Displaying 
Golden Wheel shape. The single example of this type we have 
been able to locate, with Cribb recording only two representatives 
in the British Museum Collection. A small indent appears towards 
the center of the wheel, which otherwise is sharp and struck from 
a well-polished die. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


ete 4th) /\ EER OR IS | 
242k, 36.83%. Sie. Cribbs Rsk TARE Wee 
I He BY A EA TB] EHP Cs AN IIRL, | GET BH 
RA LEER, MR PTH SEA. Wee AEE OM, EAE BT 
He 3 2A GBCAA BET ERE 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 








30077 


30078 





Qing Dynasty. Bagongbao Like (“Eight-Votive-Treasures”) 
Buddhist Presentation Sycee of 1 Tael ND, Cribb-XCI.A.1284. 
26x25mm. 34.5lgm. Displaying the Vase of Plenty. Believed by 
Cribb to have been used in Buddhist offerings on the basis of their 
imagery. By all indications an extremely rare type—we have been 
able to locate only a single other example, which brought $2750 in 
April 2012. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


att (HE | /\ Ea ACA GR SE. 

260x252, £34.51. Be ote A. MECribbi x, 
HUE BRAC BEG. EAE L, PAPHOS BI oR Ae BEA 
PSR BAZ, 750 XTRA. Wh A GEM, AEM BT He RO 
GBCA MELE {T aX a 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





Republic Private Issue gold Sycee of 1 Tael ND AU, KM-X 
Unl. 23x14mm. 32.63gm. Stamped: “Zu” (Fine Gold), and “Yuan” 
(possible symbol for the issuing bank). A charming high-sided 
small private ingot, and the first of this type we have seen. 


RE JR) MASSE. AU. | | 

23x14. 232.635. RYE, RIS. RHRSSR, 
We) Set RT FH. ie, FROME, DOR, BE 

AGE, LH. Wi al EKA 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





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CHINA 


TEA BRICKS 








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30079 Da Chang Yong Dong Zhuang “Tea Money” Brick of 48-1/2 Ounces ND (c. 1862/4-1917) AU/UNC, Opitz-pg. 339 
(this piece illustrated). 329x150x32mm. 1374.8gm. Five Chinese characters in two columns, reading: Dong Zhuang (left) 
and Da Chang Yong (right), indicating the name of the tea company / reverse blank. A sturdy tea brick with very clear stems visible 
throughout the surfaces, and fine raised lines on the characters-side, likely suggesting mechanized production after 1878. 

From the Charles J. Opitz Collection 


1862/4-19174E,R HEA Bik [A858 | . 48-1/2¢ 2], AU/UNC. 

— Bim Wk. 329x150x328 *. 21374.8%. AEM TAS AA | MIABKI AS, RAAB, HOSA. REA 
BRN AE, REAR A GM, SHER MA. TRIS 78 RRB EEN AE, 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 





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30080 People’s Republic - China National Tea Corporation “Tea Money” Brick of 30-1/2 Ounces ND (1949-1951/2) AU/UNC (Edge Cracking), 
Opitz-pg. 338 (this piece illustrated). 228x174x26mm. 864.7gm. Two rows of characters along the top of the brick, reading “Guo Ying” 
(Nationalized Company) and “Zhongguo Chaye Gongsi Zhi” (made by China National Tea Corporation); company logo in center, below 
“Mi Zhuan” (Rice Brick) / Perforated into 16 blank panels. A very neat brick, appearing highly original save for some cracking along the 
edges of brick, perhaps indicating a slightly lower production quality than with the earlier Russo-Chinese bricks. A very interesting piece, 
likely among the earlier productions of the China National Tea Corporation, made prior to the mass-produced “gate’’-type pieces. 


Although Opitz indicates that Communist China first started producing tea bricks after 1949, the China National Tea Company, a 
joint enterprise between the Chinese government, bankers, and tea merchants aimed at resuscitating the Chinese tea industry, was 
founded in May 1937. The company logo seen here was used until 1951/2, when it was switched to the well-known Zhong Cha logo. 

From the Charles J. Opitz Collection 


1949- 1951/25 BARA al [R48 | HE, 30-1/2# 2], AU/UNC (Edge Cracking) . 
Shae ae (AR I A. 228 Kx 174 Kx 26H X. 2864.7%. Kin owl AMS) RIP BAS A a R 
em A A BE. SAAALCESB, BAI KS) HS. CWMBRAN ARM, RRR. 
eye rere e vine K, Cea. Ke A PSR SE A] EH, Eee EN TP] AE, 
Opitztt RR + ME1I490F Bed ERA, PHAR PRMARAALIOZIALAK UM, RRRPRMAS, PHAR RRA OS, 
NALS 1951/2 MARRS A BY 4728 Tel ie 


iH H:Charles J. Opitz + & it 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 
No Minimum Bid 





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30081 Georgian SSR. Tea Georgia, Ltd. - Zugdidi Factory “Tea Money” Brick of 64 Ounces ND (after 1923) XF, 358x162x35mm. 1819.6gm. Hammer 


and sickle emblem within oblong frame, above: CCCP MIIII TPY3CCP VAN TPY3MA 3YT IU JICHA A DABPMKA (USSR MPP, Georgian SSR 
Tea, Georgia Zugdidi Factory), similar legend in Georgian below. Almost certainly excessively rare, with remarkably few post-Revolution Soviet 
tea bricks surviving to the present day, not least due to their relatively poor quality of production. This is the first such tea brick produced in a 
Soviet Satellite Republic that we are aware of, and we note that Chinyun Lee, in his 2014 article “From Kiachta to Vladivostok: Russian Merchants 
and the Tea Trade” states only “[t]he Soviet government controlled the international trade, and with the demand for tea bricks produced in China, 
it established an office, the Centrosoius, in Shanghai, with a branch in Hankou” (pg. 216), not including any mention of tea brick production in 
the western regions of the USSR. This, perhaps, represents the only opportunity to obtain an example, and is not to be missed as such. 


In volume 1 of his 1935 work, All about Tea, William Harrison Ukers writes: “The development of tea culture is being promoted by the [Soviet] 
State through the granting of long-term credits to peasants in the form of money and seeds. The original seeds came from China, Japan, India 
and Ceylon. Today hybrid and China jats are favored. Only the poor and middle peasants are aided by money and seed credits. The organiza- 
tion of peasants into collective farms has shown rapid progress in the tea sections of western Georgia. Tea Georgia, Ltd., has organized two 
State farms, Chakva and Salibayuri. The Tea Georgia, Ltd., has established three experimental tea stations; a central station in Ozurgeti with 
branches in Chakva and Zugdidi. These stations are carrying on research to determine the best types of seeds and the best methods of growing... 
In addition, the agronomic personnel of Tea Georgia, Ltd., is investigating the natural conditions of the Black Sea coast” (pg. 463). 

From the Charles J. Opitz Collection 


1923 4F 248 Sei HE RK AER AL HE BRIE FOB Eh Be RE A RA ol ed ae ae | EO 4a a], XP, 

358x162x35B Xk, £1819. 6%. RUBEN HET RRARAR, LURES LIBRE EAREREPEREPA Bil 
AEARAQCHAME RMI, FHUPEEERLARAA. HRERRER EHR, DEES RRMA GH, 
me 2D AS Tat. Ue ae RE ry OT EH EN Re. ASChinyun Lee 2014WH XH (KE KH AB 
HE AB AR ) , RUD te el BBR, ae PB ek, Le eo ROU ttt (Centrosoius) Hake, wb 
ERO RUD. PRHAR RETR BEWARE ER, PEAS REE ENAR, RK AE RE, TAAR. 

ake 3B CWilliam H.Ukers) EH1IQO35# 3 (ARSE) F-APRA: RHR AURMRRN ARK, 
RRRAR GUEST, PILHEMAXLAR. CTRAP HL. PKL WRAKRGHM. SPRAPR IRR ARR. 
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Estimate: $1,000-$2,000 
Starting Bid: $500 





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30082 Anhwei. Kuang-hsii Dollar ND (1897) XF Details (Cleaned) PCGS, Anking mint, KM-Y45, L&M-195, Kann-49, WS-1071. Variety without 
punctuation after 7. A generally fleeting first-year issue that almost always comes heavily circulated, with nearly half of the examples certified 
by PCGS grading below the XF level. Still presenting the viewer with residual luster close to the raised features and subtle patina, the noted 


cleaning seems remarkably dismissible and non-detracting. 


1897 4F Xe ia 18 FE TLE SR — SRK, XF Details (Cleaned) PCGS. | . | . 
BEER TSE Bi BEAT NAS CATA, PCCSHR EH RP AAA IR XFL. SAR RAR PCE 8 FJ IRE SE aK 


Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 
Starting Bid: $1,500 





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Exemplary Anhwei Dollar 
ABUT HY BLAS, Z TE 





30083 Anhwei. Kuang-hsti Dollar Year 24 (1898) MS62 PCGS, 


Anking mint, KM-Y45.2, L&M-204, Kann-53a. Variety with 
small obverse rosettes. A standout representative of this scarce 
provincial issue, featuring a blanket of soft silver toning that 
covers the fields, lending a strong visual appeal which arguably 
seems outsized for the assigned grade. Though light friction can 
be discerned atop isolated points of the devices, the overall detail- 
ing is sharp, even in the sometimes weaker peripheral regions, 
with the fields showing only faint signs of handling, none of 
which feel anything beyond minimally distracting in hand. A 
lovely selection in every sense, and one likely to appeal to even 
the more conditionally discriminating collector. 


1 elles (1898) RMA HM HR — DSR, MS62 
ZACH WR. UD, EIGN. GAGE AE SENG BORIC 
ZAP — th LA ESE WSEE NAL A 
LOMA, WEAR EGA RRM, RTT 
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RG BER, ot Ee A a 4H Gk ad EY ART OP RAR, OA 
BE— BD Fir aE 

Estimate: $20,000-$25,000 

Starting Bid: $10,000 





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30084 Anhwei. Kuang-hsu Dollar Year 24 (1898) XF Details (Chop 


Mark) PCGS, Anking mint, KM-Y45.2, L&M-204, Kann-53a, 
WS-1082. Small rosette, flat 4 variety. A relatively well-struck 
example with good integral details beneath an even layer of wear, 
the noted chopmarks rather unobtrusive and minimal, without 
causing any majority disturbances to the flan. 


HM — TV (1898) KB aie 6 AG BX SRI. XE 
Details (Chop Mark) PCGS. . 

& ie. iO. DE. RNA RY em, CHAE 
TET a te Al RT BY 2 He AB, oP ie he BBY PV a RR El Ht 
D>, SAA ie ET 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





CHIHLI 











30085 Chihli. Kuang-hsii 10 Cents Year 22 (1896) MS63 PCGS, Pei 


Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y62, L&M-442. Mintage: 5,000. Struck 
in the first year of issue for the Pei Yang Arsenal and an indisput- 
able conditional rarity in this state, with relatively few surviving 
and even fewer reaching the choice Mint State level of certifica- 
tion. Frosty throughout and sharply struck, just a hint of silver 
patina visible in the fields. 


We —T—7F (1896) ab He 2S et — ASR, MS63 PCGS. 
BAT (25,0007. HAGE BR a JA See BY TT. i RR 
“b EMY, BABE, REREAD, SRR RET 
BAR. 

Estimate: $10,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 








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30086 Chihli. Kuang-hsut Dollar Year 23 (1897) AU Details (Cleaned) 
PCGS, Pei Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y65.1, L&M-444, Kann-186 
var. (with TA instead of TAI). Round-eyed, long horn dragon 
variety. Expressing a deep gunmetal tone with subtle golden 
accents at the legends, the overall appearance suggesting that the 
noted cleaning is exceedingly light. A coveted type at all levels, 
and a fully laudable example at that. 


HM —T =F (1897) Ab we ah ee = GRY, AU Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS. 

ee Se ee ee ae ees 
ESC, TAU. SAKA, MRED 
Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








30087 Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 24 (1898) XF45 PCGS, Pei 
Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y65.2, L&M-449. A classically low- 
grade and weakly struck struck type, seen here with an admirable 
amount of detail for the designation, all of the devices firmly 
executed against a slightly stippled finish to the surfaces. 


He — T+ BA (1898) Ane ae ie & SRF, XFAS PCGS. 
ER. MBPT AR, AP tok, Beata 
QAR, CERT, FT A SE BULB, 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 
















30088 Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 24 (1898) XF40 PCGS, Pei 
Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y65.2, L&M-449. Expressing a subtle 
envelope tone that brightens towards the edges, and quite a desir- 
able type to find without any serious issues. 


hee —T AE (1898) Aes i ae ete & SRF, XFAO PCGS. 
Ate HR 48 te. YUN LR, BARA. KA BARK, 
THB Fey RSI. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





30089 Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 25 (1899) AUS53 PCGS, Pei 
Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73, L&M-454, Kann-196. The key 
date and first year-of-issue for this new dragon type, rarely seen 
outside of circulated states of preservation. Bright and sharp 
throughout with plentiful luster, this specimen seems to possess 
many of the visual indicators of a finer technical grade. 


J Mi — TAF (1899) 463 FE Ae 70 HE RX A SRE, AUS 


PCGSs 

ALT AR a I 0 BAL SEAR tt, IR AE BEAT BN BT ESR AS 
ARE REREREAR ELAR AR RWS 
. ARMA, EW, HARRAH 
Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





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30090 


Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 26 (1900) XF45 PCGS, Pei 
Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73, L&M-459, Kann-201. Impressively 
decorated in a lilac-tinged steel patina, which expresses itself 
with consistency across both faces, highlighting the features of a 
well-placed strike. A very scarce issue, as the mint was destroyed 
later the same year. 


laa (1900) AC 3438 26 70H BOHR. XFA5S 
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ALR ate. ER OREO A, ORL. Ue 
fe—F, (342 BOR, AVR BARD, 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








30091 





Chihli. Kuang-hsi Dollar Year 29 (1903) AU55 NGC, Pei Yang 
Arsenal mint, KM-Y73, L&M-462. Period after “YANG”. Lightly 
toned, displaying a large degree of original mint luster and barely 
any rub evident on some points of the finer detailing, including 
the dragon’s scales. 


a i. + HLF (1903) Abe se 56 A 70 BX SRY, AUSB5 


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Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 
Reserve: $1,800 








30092 





Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 29 (1903) XF45 PCGS, Pei 
Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.1, L&M-462, WS-0632. Variety 
with period after mint name. Handsomely executed with minimal 
handling, and wear remaining relatively light and even over the 
surfaces, leaving an appreciable level of detail to the piece. 


a i + Aue (1903) Abe Ht BX DSR, XFA5 
BR H5 SAT), RR, RAAB, MH 


Estimate: $800-$1,000 
No Minimum Bid 








30093 





Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 33 (1907) XF40 PCGS, Pei 
Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M-464. A fine circulated 
selection boasting a delicate silty patina, lending both great visual 
charm and a feeling of utter originality. 


bs ea T= (1907) Ab ie FE Aa 70 Ho BR RI. XF4O 
cea, LER TA, BAK, TREK. 


Estimate: $800-$1,200 
No Minimum Bid 








30094 


Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 34 (1908) XF40 PCGS, Pei 
Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.4, L&M-465, Kann-210. Crosslet 
4, fancy 3 variety. A lightly circulated piece which still preserves 
good struck detail together with accenting and silty tones. 


o ‘eal (1908) 4b3#26 tH HBO |S, XFAO 


rete #4 7A LRRD, MRE An KR Aa i oe. A 
SRC AL, OBS BOR, 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





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30095 


Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 34 (1908) XF40 PCGS, Pei 
Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.4, L&M-466, Kann-210. Crosslet 4, 
fancy 4 variety. A pleasing example that very much stands in the 
upper proportion of certified examples for the type, with a strik- 
ingly steep drop off above XF45. Evenly toned and fully struck. 


ea =O (1908) sb 3F 38 56 70 tH DSRS. XF4O 
SRE, SNE. BHA BORE, BA 
CR ae, XF45D LAN Be RES, haya a, MB EV 


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Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 
Starting Bid: $750 





30096 Chihli. Kuang-hst Dollar Year 34 (1908) VF Details (Damage) 


PCGS, Pei Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.4, L&M-466, Kann-210. 
Crosslet 4, fancy 3 variety. A notably more difficult subvariety of 
the usually quite common Year 34 Chihli Dollar, displaying rela- 
tively light and even evidence of handling. 


KM=aT OF (1908) he Ha Ht RADAR, 
VF Details (Damage) PCGS. Ae Se HOR SATEAM. RZ I 
SAE HEF AD, URC FS i ER, HE HA. 

Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $600 








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Mint State Chihli Tael - One of a Handful of Surviving Specimens 


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30097 


Chihli. Kuang-hsii Tael Year 33 (1907) MS61 PCGS Pei 
Yang Arsenal (Tientsin) mint, KM-Y74.2, L&M-437, Kann-938, 
WS-0637, Wenchao-633 (rarity 4 stars), Chang Foundation-53. 
Variety with 3 dots on pearl, arranged in a semi-circle. The rarest 
emission of the Chihli series, and only the second type struck by 
newly reestablished Tientsin mint after its destruction during the 
Boxer Rebellion in 1900. Reportedly part of a final push by the 
Central Mint authorities to introduce a tael standard, the Year 33 
Taels saw only a relatively small number introduced into circu- 
lation, nearly all of which were quickly withdrawn and melted 
soon after issue due to competition with the contemporary dollar 
coinage already in circulation. Closely deriving from the Hu Poo 
taels of Year 29, the dies for which had been produced by a foreign 
mint, the overall quality of execution is exquisite with the details 
of the design finely contoured and fully expressed in a somewhat 
ornate style. One of just 7 certified examples at PCGS with only 
3 ranking in Mint State, this is only the second example we have 
handled since 2009, and the price of $70,000 recently realized for 
an XF45 specimen suggests an enormous interest for this usually 
unattainable type. 


ahi T= (1907) sbi 56 HL — RE. MS61 
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Estimate: $100,000-$150,000 
Starting Bid: $50,000 


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FENGTIEN 








30098 Fengtien. Kuang-hst 10 Cash ND (c. 1899) MS62 Brown 


PCGS, KM-Y81. Large characters variety. A glossy selection 
showcasing admirable preservation for the assigned grade, only 
the most minute and nearly indiscernible signs of contact present 
over surfaces demonstrating clear underlying luster. 


1SO90FARAR A ie ST eB 8 , MS62 Brown 
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ip WHERE LE. 

Estimate: $1,200-$1,600 

Starting Bid: $600 





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30099 Fengtien. Kuang-hst' Mule 50 Cents Year 25 (1899) AU50 


NGC, Fengtien Machinery Bureau mint, KM-Y86, L&M-479, 
Kann-249a, WS-0593, Wenchao-779 (rarity 3 stars). Variety with 
Year 25 in Chinese characters on reverse (obverse as pictured), 
and Year 24 in Manchu on the other side. A very rare mule issue 
from this already quite difficult Chinese province, with a total of 
only 7 pieces presently certified in the NGC census. For refer- 
ence, we note that a PCGS AUS53-certified specimen recently 
brought an incredible $40,000. 

Ex. Wa She Wong Collection 


Hiei —T EF (1899) BAR ae ie Ef SRF, AUSO NGC. 
BAR ie. YRLEE HOP RAL TLE, Fo 
XA LATA KE. BA i eR, aR ee 
Bek: FAH RALERAPENGC. Ak —A#CPCGS AU53 
pee enenEl VL40,000% TBE, EAS. 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 








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30100 Fengtien. Kuang-hsii Dollar CD 1903 XF45 PCGS, Mukden 


mint, KM-Y92, L&M-483, Kann-251. The Manchu inscription 
in the central part of the obverse is reversed, reading “Fung- 
Boo.” Quite sharp for the assigned grade, with areas of mint 
luster expressed in the protected areas amidst deeper contrasting 
peripheral toning. Some spotting is noted to the reverse for accu- 
racy. 


a (19034) AAGHSCLPtBI ARH, XF45 
PCCS. 

ARG, (AA) SO POX. BLAM a, HMB 
aie SETAE. PLEA KE, BRA, BK 
Estimate: $4,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 








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30101 





Fukien. Kuang-hsii 10 Cents ND (1896-1903) MS64+ PCGS, 
Fu mint, KM-Y103, L&M-297. Variety with rosettes at either side 
of dragon. Finely toned in honey and amber with deeper accents 
expressed at the peripheries amidst a consistent underlying luster 
that emanates from beneath, yielding a clear cartwheel effect. 


1896-1903 4F 83 B Jay 3 56 AG 70 Fe oR. MS64+ 
PCGS. 

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TRE \ BR ICE 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





30102 





Fukien. Republic 10 Cents ND (1913) MS62 NGC, KM-Y382, 
L&M-302, Kann-704b. Variety with inverted A for V in province. 
A surprisingly fleeting minor, with only one example certified 
finer at NGC, and just one example, an MS61, appearing to have 
come to auction in the last 5 years. Though heavily doubled in the 
English lettering, the V in PROVINCE does seem to show a hori- 
zontal strut. 


LOIS #2 Ee S SSR, MS62 NGC. 
[PROVINCE] #1 1VJ UEP lB TAS SIREN, BEA ec 

RT BA, FL AR EAS AR DU ER EE. NGC AF pb AA 

MATA a. HAA HH S FA REMS6 LIF th AE ESL BE bs 

KF RNA ee, (Vl Se AH. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





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HUPEH 





Astounding Gem Dragon Dollar 
ANB S Gem AGH ALS Al 





30103 Hupeh. Kuang-hsii Dollar ND (1895-1907) MS66 NGC, Ching 
mint, KM-Y127.1, L&M-182, Kann-40. An awe-inspiring selec- 
tion of the type, coupling magnificent preservation with a full 
cartwheel effect across both the obverse and reverse surfaces, this 
feature unimpeded by handling or any remotely noteworthy signs 
of contact. The fields retain a highly original appearance, with a 
fine patina which appears gently speckled around the characters 
of the outer ring. A true conditional rarity, uniformly well struck 
and tied for the finest of the type certified with only a single other 
example across both NGC and PCGS combined. 

Ex. W&B Capital Collection 


1895-1907 4F i At at te 76 a TL BEG Se — SRE, MS66 NGC. 
RAVE AA RE — Ao TRY RAF AK RE, aa ae 


TEESE A. IK RHE, ER LAR, APIS A, me 
El ai] NGC PCGSW m ERED. 

iW: W&B Capital 4k jt AF! 

Estimate: $70,000-$90,000 

Reserve: $68,000 








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30104 Hupeh. Kuang-hsii Dollar ND (1895-1907) MS62 NGC, Ching mint, KM-Y127.1, L&M-182. An impres- 
Sive specimen showcasing silky luster that whirls over the surfaces, these revealing light tone with hints of darker 
patination at the peripheries. Visually appealing for the grade, and a highly sought-after type in Mint State condition. 

Ex. Wang B. J. Collection 


1895-1907 4F i Ab Gh ie Ft Re 70 BEB — PR, MS62 NGC. 

ARARICHE RA, Be GO i LR Re Lait, BPR LE, SORE, EFI 2K. 
WH: Wang BJ 4 Bie 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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Stunning Hupeh Tael 
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30105 





Hupeh. Kuang-hsti “Large Characters” Tael Year 30 (1904) 
MS63 NGC, Wuchang mint, KM-Y128.1, L&M-181, Kann-933. 
Large Characters type. An astounding representative of this 
rare provincial issue, which ranks among the finest seen by the 
grading services to-date. A survey of records demonstrates the 
level of attention accorded to the type in even lower grades, 
with even circulated “Details” examples having sold in excess 
of $20,000. This offering, with its sublimely mint “fresh” fields, 
studded with light die polish lines and flanking designs rendered 
to exact calculation, reveals a degree of visual appeal and charm 
that places it into an elite tier, currently exceeded by only a single 
example seen by PCGS and two by NGC. Of these, only one 
certifies at the gem level, with none exceeding that mark. An 
elite cabinet piece, and one of the indisputable highlights of this 
auction. 


re (1904) Wak ais ASR — my TASKS © MS63 
KEE. AE. PEL RA ET, AAP 
Bio TRI ELE, BYTE ell AP EP BCR EN, 24 Al Si a BY — A a 
VA #8 1820,000 % JU 1H Hh. HSE T Ay, WIE A Se, EAR 
BR EY RA It RR Fe A BY Bl, 2 AE 
Foye 7, HEB Gem i477. AY PCGSFUNGCI BE HB 
eo Be BC i HE ABE, SRE a Ay eK AE PET PRY 
FM Z— 

Estimate: $50,000-$60,000 

Starting Bid: $25,000 





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30106 Hupeh. Kuang-hsti “Small Characters” Tael Year 30 (1904) AU53 NGC, Wuchang mint, KM-Y128.2, L&M-180, Kann-933, WS-0878, 
Wenchao-583. Small characters variety. A contested and short-lived issue, introduced as part of a projected coinage reform based on the tradi- 
tional system of Chinese weights, rather than the relatively recently introduced decimalized Dollar system. However, the type ultimately met 
with opposition due to the difficulty and cumbersomeness of converting between the two different monetary units. While not quite as scarce as 
its large characters cousin, the present specimen has to its credit a truly singular eye appeal created by a rainbow of peripheral iridescence—a 
notably distinguishable feature for this often only very lightly toned series. 


Him =1F (1904) WALI ATH SR WY TAN FRI © AUS3 NGC. | _ 
REE, MER. WEE MRAM, MERA TR, SERA TRAMACROOR CMR, RS Ly 
(h, LKEAMP EA, WRERET IT. REUTER, LOPS: mR A877, LA SEEW CR 
PETAR IME, TEAR, LHR, DLE CHER ELA OE RRO LAM, MM AREL BA, 2 AIR A 
BE MRSA BRO SR, HEA PD A EK, (EOP LA EE, Re BR LR, AB PH A 
Estimate: $15,000-$20,000 

Starting Bid: $7,500 








30107 Hupeh. Hsiian-tung Dollar ND (1909-1911) XF45 PCGS, Wuchang mint, KM-Y131, L&M-187. Moderately circulated and toned over such 
that the faces express a unique and alluring matte-like appearance. 


1909-191 124 Laie BH LB DSR, XF45 PCGS, 
AREER, Mee RR, A EK, BORRAAR SE, 
Estimate: $600-$800 

No Minimum Bid 





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KIANGNAN 





Astonishing High-Quality Kiangnan Dollar 
TREY 67S 





30108 Kiangnan. Kuang-hsti Dollar ND (1897) UNC Details 
(Environmental Damage) PCGS, Nanking mint, KM-Y145.1, 
L&M-210A, Kann-66d, WS-0786, Wenchao-640 (rarity 2 stars). 
Herringbone (Ornamental) edge. Variety with 2 strokes in sheng 
(“province”), and crossbars on A’s in KIANGNAN barely visible. 
With ink chopmark on obverse (reverse as holdered). An absolute 
visual masterpiece, fully original in every facet of the design 
without the least evidence of rub and not a stray mark worthy of 
note. Representing the first coinage of the province and the newly 
established mint in the capital of Nanking, this specimen appears 
to have been carefully stored away not long after it was struck, 
the applied ink chopmark having caused no noticeable distur- 
bance to its host. Although PCGS’s certification policy stipulates 
that chopmarked coins cannot receive straight grades, the piece 
at hand appears virtually unimprovable, likely very near gem, 
while the finest certified example in the PCGS census remains an 
MS644, the ink chop only adding to its history and unique appeal. 
For comparison, a similar condition piece also bearing an ink 
chopmark on the reverse hammered for $72,500 in Steve Album’s 
September 2018 Auction 32 (lot 748). 


1LSO7#FIL BSH tHe te_—DSEH, UNC Details 
(Environmental oo ) PCGS., 

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#eitGemA Fl, PCCSR BRS FE BY — i 7 MS 644 


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1872, 5002, HRB. 
Estimate: $60,000-$80,000 
Starting Bid: $30,000 








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Covetable Provincial Dragon Dollar 


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30109 Kiangnan. Kuang-hsii Dollar ND (1897) AU53 PCGS, Nanking 
mint, KM-Y145.1, L&M-210A, Kann-66d. Herringbone (orna- 
mental edge). Variety with 2 strokes in sheng (“province’’), and 
crossbars on A’s in KIANGNAN barely visible. Highly impres- 

Fe ger , sive for the issue and of superior visual appeal for an example that 
ie has seen any degree of circulation. This rare specimen displays 
glistening fields and devices, graced with a soft silver patina, 
conveying a degree of preservation that ultimately feels higher in 
hand than the assigned grade suggest. Though lightly rubbed at 
the higher points, the uniform toning and fresh surfaces serve to 
lessen this fact, which, in conjunction with a complete lack of any 
larger instances of contact, serves to render this offering as one 
of the most charming circulated examples that one could hope to 
encounter from the type, often found impaired by cleaning, chop- 
marking, and other various issues. 


1897410 ie IC TCH KD SRY, AUS3 PCGS. 
Hee. AFH. BASIL). EOE PALEMAK, E 
KIANGNANSR X FEF SRT LAE BY AR eo A FERS IY — 
4, SSE Ee RE RIE, AOR, BOL 
foiysh LSE, CREE HE, SAAR BW HG LL He a By 
Ay Tio HE PT Le AE EC BOR UE, Te eh HL PR we, TA 
ate TSE Ar BO Rh, 2 AO NR ee em BY 
We, a LAER A BA, BLIGE I 
Mi ey )\ Fi FEB EN — BL 

Estimate: $25,000-$30,000 

Starting Bid: $12,500 








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CHINA-KIANGNAN 


30111 Kiangnan. Kuang-hsii Dollar CD 1902 AU53 PCGS, Nanking 
mint, KM-Y145a.9, L&M-248, Kann-93a, WS-0846. Variety with 
straight upper stroke in Yin. Featuring a mildly satiny finish over 
the surfaces with soft luster and minimal striking weakness. 


+e (19024) THAR TEtBOAREe, AUS3 
PCGS. 
Pie. (RH) FSR. ROKER ORRPKLE, BH 


Eoannte: $1,500-$2,000 
Starting Bid: $750 











30110 Kiangnan. Kuang-hsu Dollar ND (1897) XF Details (Chop 
Mark) PCGS, Nanking mint, KM-Y145.1, L&M-210A, Kann- 
66d. Herringbone (Ornamental) edge. Variety with 2 strokes in 
sheng (“province’’), and crossbars on A’s in KIANGNAN barely 
visible. The first year of issue for this instantly recognizable and 
highly distinctive type within the provincial dragon dollar series, 
still expressing a notable degree of detail for the designation, with 
faint luster still visible over the obverse and reverse surfaces. 


1897477 438 50 SR. XF Details (Chop 
Mark) PCGS. 

mie. AFR. CRIALHl. EEF PACENKA, £ 
KIANGNAN FPR EAARA LN RR. ROMINA, C 
Fe Ye TK Ua HE A FE ey HE at EEL SE a BY, A 
OR Ye it, ZBL RR TE 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 








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CHINA-KIAU CHAU 





30113 Kiangnan. Kuang-hsii Dollar CD 1904 XF45 PCGS, Nanking 
mint, KM-Y 145a.15, L&M-259. Moderately circulated and exhib- 
iting dark accents along the devices, which accentuate the struck 
features, patches of mint luster visible throughout. 


a. (19044) LHAwHKe TABOR. XF45 


ae (+27 | WRI, HYAMS Ee BZ, & 
REEVE ju vA BE Bic 7 I] 60) SEN SR I in A, APR ET — 
Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 
Starting Bid: $750 





KIAU CHAU 








30114 Kiau Chau. German Occupation 10 Cents 1909 MS65 PCGS, 
Berlin mint, KM2. A scarce one-year type rarely seen in better 
Mint State conditions and particularly so at gem states of pres- 
ervation. Of all examples seen by PCGS this lot currently ties for 
the finest certified to-date, with only two examples seen by NGC 
certifying higher. Lightly toned, with satiny luster, and only the 
most trivial signs of contact discernible to bound the assigned 
grade. 


1909444 BAK S AR, MS65 PCGS. 

HH KE ER BIEN &, A ft $B Fe RE HK RR > ET 

2 MS th AR BY Beet BP CCSHLS 4 Al aT, NGCA HE 

eee BE i Lat, PERE, RARE 
Eo 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








30112 Kiangnan. Kuang-hsii Dollar CD 1903 AU50 PCGS, Nanking 
mint, KM-Y145a.10, L&M-251, Kann-96. Extra spines variety 
with HAH and rosette in legend. A laudable example of this 
dragon dollar type that is often plagued by post mint alterations, 
with nearly all of the examples of this extra spines variety that 
have appeared at auction in recent years lacking a straight grade. 
Minorly weak in the margins as is usual for the issue, the fields 
nevertheless retain good luster and almost sunny tones. 


EW (19034) LHABHBLAELR_— DRY, AUSO 


PCCS. 

AER. SALINE, HCA IE. BAUER — He, 
KB MEA TE BU, Beth ERCAR RG YT aE Fe RE. SE to 
By Tal aK SH, Ma egAp ga Sens {2 Ze Wh, 
TOE PE ey i. JRA , EAR. 

Estimate: $4,000-$6,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 








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30115 Kiau Chau. German Occupation nickel-plated brass 10 





Pfennig Token ND (c. 1914) MS61 NGC, Menzel-4287.1.2. A 
thoroughly scarce token type, produced in Berlin for the German 
colony of Kiau Chau, which ultimately fell to the Japanese in 
1914. While minorly weak in the plating atop the high points, this 
piece remains far superior to the Dana Roberts example we sold 
in our September 2012 Long Beach sale, with an MS62-graded 
specimen bringing $3200 in March 2019. 


1914 FN LOZ ESR SA TF. MS61 NGC. | 
— AK BCE FD BY RA, TEP SE, A BR BH PB Si 
i. IIA BR, tie. MEE AMER, MUR SESE TAH 
Bj, (EL is HEL Ty ie He 4 Fe, A P2012 F 9 ER BY 
CH Dana Roberts 44 3%, [el FZE20194F — 44 FE MS62 76 
V.$3, 200% To. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





30116 


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Kiau Chau. German Occupation nickel-plated brass 10 
Pfennig Token ND (c. 1914) UNC Details (Cleaned) NGC, 
Menzel-4287.1.2. Notably more original and free of contact marks 
than the majority of even straight-graded Mint State examples, 
with rather few areas of the underlying brass surfaces showing 
through. Despite some light hairlines in the fields, both sides are 
still brilliant with cartwheel luster. 


19144E BN 104s Je SE Se ee SR KE. UNC Details (Cleaned) 


NGC, 

HK FARA, 4 EMR, BALE BRASS UE MS 4 BR GaP 
AD SRE, Bie BON AB, BOP ROR 9 AH. JRA BER 
SUK, FPSEREB, Bite 2S, 
Estimate: $1,500-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $750 





30117 





Kiau Chau. German Occupation silver Satirical Medal 1914- 
Dated MS66 NGC, Zetzmann-4062 (RRR). 34mm. Presently 
the finest certified Mint State specimen of this highly collect- 
ible medal produced to commemorate the defence of Kiau Chau 
against the Japanese, the present piece showcases a soft, matte- 
like texture completely lacking in flaws. 


1914 4F BN 45 Be RF SRS. MS66 NGC. 
34 5E AK. we AH HoH AK RE, BED OCH ETH, FGI Ro We ALAS 
a HARE ARO YEA BRT EIR, ALK 


Estimate: $1,500-$1,600 
Reserve: $1,500 





KIRIN 








30118 


Kirin. Kuang-hsti “Flower Basket” Dollar ND (1898) VF35 
PCGS, KM-Y183, L&M-510, Kann-283k. Variety with small 
rosettes. Pearl with 8 flames. Possessing a truly singular eye 
appeal, heavily accentuated by charcoal toning against pewter 
fields and design features, providing a clear visual pop. 


18S98S#ERKABHMRAbRO DRE, EBM. VE35 
PCGS, 

ANE Hi. AK Kio RIE IEK ADEA T POPE AO RA, 48 
GET Te EYT EN BLE BOR, FEHR 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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30119 


30120 


Kirin. Kuang-hsti Dollar CD 1901 AU55 PCGS, KM-Y 183a.1, 
L&M-536. With retrograde S in CAINDARINS. A wholly charm- 
ing specimen expressing a somewhat mottled patina with glowing 
golden highlights throughout. Admirable detail is visible in the 
centers, with some typical peripheral weakness seen within the 
legends, the surfaces on the whole revealing a high degree of 
underlying luster. 


oro BG et tH DRM, AUSS 


[CAINDARINS] ey [S|] ER BUF, LR 77 BY OR, 
OGAR AP PLAIE, EP ST masa, ESE ENA 
, MRAP RRR. RMA BIEN IE, FER RA. 

Estimate: $4,000-$5,000 
Starting Bid: $2,000 





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Kirin. Kuang-hst Dollar CD 1905 XF40 NGC, KM-Y183a.3, 
L&M-557. Rosettes variety. A lovely circulated representative 
expressing clear central boldness, hints of darker tone amidst the 
devices only further accentuating their relief against the semi- 
lustrous surrounding fields. Though typically lightly struck in the 
legends, this provincial dollar remains an enticing selection of the 


type. 


GE (190544) ease Tt ae 0 oe — ASR XF40 NGC, 
7A HET Fe eh es ae BEN PRR ve tT, ep LE 
Se He RAB, QF RE A witatsers AN 
Fe Fel RP LE — 2 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





KWANGTUNG 








30121 Kwangtung. Kuang-hsti Specimen 50 Cents ND (1890- 


1905) SP61 NGC, Kwangtung mint, KM-Y202, L&M-134, 
Kann-27, WS-0943, Wenchao-565. A remarkable example 
whose stunning array of rich tones would seem to elevate 
it above even higher graded examples in terms of overall 
appeal. Noticeably sun-gold around the dragon with a similar 
opalescent obverse (reverse as holdered) to the corresponding 
specimen dollar appearing in this sale. It is one of a mere handful 
of pieces awarded the specimen designation by NGC. 

Ex. W&B Capital Collection 


FSA a ag icbaat sriete BENZ) SiH, SP61 NGC. 

FRE I. HR — A, A RY Be el WE EH | 

AeA Bl BB. He AA ava ales eee Sh JE 

nia HH BY 29 — BRE hE FETE NGC BP Ay BE BY BBD 
Gn 

i: W&B Capital 4 jt AF! 

Estimate: $7,000-$9,000 

Starting Bid: $3,500 








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30122 Kwangtung. Kuang-hsii 50 Cents ND (1890-1905) AU55 PCGS, Kwangtung mint, KM-Y202, L&M-134. Alluring and unique in appearance, a 
consequence of a rich patina that displays a deep ember red at the outermost registers, joined by a pervasive sunset tone against underlying steel 
hues to the reverse. 


1890-19084 RAiE 4G HE BAD SRY, AUS5 PCGS. 

FARE. He ee, IEE BSA LSE RO ER KALE, POCA SO BRN BH, BRA, 
Estimate: $1,500-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $750 








30123 Kwangtung. Kuang-hsii Specimen Dollar ND (1890-1908) SP61 PCGS, Kwangtung mint, KM-Y203, L&M-133, Kann-26a, WS-0941, 
Wenchao-563. A shimmering presentation of this most elusive “new” standard design specimen striking, produced in response to the public 
outcry over the juxtaposition of English and Chinese text on the earlier 1889 issues. Produced from dies engraved in Birmingham, each facet of 
the design is razor-sharp with only a light scattering of wisps to bound the assigned grade. 


1890-19085 R438 5 he TLE GBR — AM. SP61 PCGS. | | 
FERS Je Se. — BU RT Bt | PRE Bat, Fe TA MAYS 89F AE PR OCR BY SR Pre ART HT EN, HT Bt a BY BR 
a, EAE aT AM ARSE A, RARE AN DA IR tl LS BL 

Estimate: $7,000-$9,000 

Starting Bid: $3,500 





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30124 Kwangtung. Kuang-hsti Specimen Dollar ND (1890-1908) SP60 NGC, Kwangtung mint, KM-Y203, L&M-133, Kann-26a, WS-0941, 
Wenchao-563. A truly singular representative of this iconic and very rare presentation specimen, featuring a “new” standard design type, 
issued in response to public outcry over the juxtaposition of Chinese and English text by moving the English legends around the reverse 
dragon. Toned in the recessed portions to a deep indigo that pairs with the coin’s specimen finish to render an almost black enamel-like finish 
to the reverse (obverse as holdered), giving the more silver hued dragon a distinctive appearance and immense visual allure. The charac- 
ters side is even more watery, with an iridescent flare that is simply unmistakable, elevating the coin far above its technical grade. 

Ex. W&B Capital Collection 


1890-1908 4F eR ie FE Ae TL BE SR — PERCE, SP6O NGC, . a ; 
SGN, ELE ASAD RAE, ASE SCE MA oy (tl aL, FERNS ARNE RP OE ea 
Sura se. RP REA o 2 ie LE, TIE yl 2 BN KR a, OB SR OC el, FL BBN SP EB AY 
SRSA, RR. EARHA, BAO, ROAR E Belk, Ue eA Se ie A BON SAP 

i A: W&B Capital 4K jt AF! 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 





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30125 Kwangtung. Republic gold Restrike Pattern 20 Cents Year 13 


(1924) AU58 NGC, KM-Pn23, L&M-Unl., Kann-Unl., WS-Unl., 
Wenchao-Unl. An exceptionally rare gold off-metal strike, 
perhaps produced as some sort of special presentation piece, as 
suggested in the original Wayte Raymond catalog listing. This 
is only the third example we have been able to locate coming 
to auction in over a decade, last becoming available in 2011 
as part of the famous Chin Family Collection, suggesting that 
the current offering may represent the only opportunity the 
majority of collectors will have to obtain a specimen for their 
collection. For the sake of completeness we note that some 
scratching exists in the obverse fields, likely being all that keeps 
the coin from a Mint State certification. 

Ex. Chin Family Collection; Wayte Raymond Collection, Part I 
(NASCA, December 1977, Lot 940) 


RE +=4F (1924) BRA, {$42 4", AU58 NGC, 


DEN eae WM. B BG BG ERI ge ; _ mond) B 4 zit, 
, ae gs Se JAE sit fal tH R_E 4a 


= 


BIAS BAR, HAL fk SH HR DOI LER SR Fee 
li ‘Chin Family) clggis tel EET Bit, we Hy Jb AA HB AP 
eee) BEE IS A Fey ER RAAB AG. BEY Bl tt AR RE 
WA: BRIG (Chin Family) 4 3; 

#4 G 4% (Wayte Raymond) #7 

Estimate: ‘$8, 000-$12,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 





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MANCHUKUO 








30126 Manchukuo. K’ang-te Proof Chiao (10 Fen) KT 6 (1939) PR66 


NGC, KM-Y8, JNDA 20-1. Currently tied for finest of these 
elusive Japanese occupational Proofs in the NGC census, with no 
Proof-strikings certified as yet by PCGS. Furthermore a piece of 
great historical interest, with K’ang-te being the regnal name for 
the last Chinese emperor Pu-Yi (Hstian-t’ung), who served as the 
puppet emperor of Manchukuo. 


BRAS 4E (1939) Ash BS 4 tee SR, PREG NGC. 
ai Pe Hon, El a she maeG Fl BY 3 BY — Ax, PCGS 
Tk AE BSR, De, HRP RAAB, PARES 
Ue Ae NW Re, SBR RR, 
Estimate: $1,500-$2,500 
Starting Bid: $750 





30127 





Manchukuo. Japanese Occupation gold Tael ND (1932) UNC 
Details (Edge Filing) NGC, KM-X1.1, L&M-1067, Kann- 
1595. 31.22gm. Appealingly struck with only minor evidence of 
handling and stacking friction, though otherwise free of any post- 
mint alteration such as cleaning or use in jewelry. Still remarkably 
covetable as such, and an appreciable type representative for the 
historically oriented collector. 


193245 im IN A 2 F— A @#. UNC Details (Edge Filing) 
NGC, 

31.2256. Set TAR, Re BEARING LB, ieee gel 
FE ELE SRN ARS, Blo AREAL. BEN 
Rawe| GEA, ABRIL MURR MAREN ERS 
Estimate: $4,000-$6,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 





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30128 


Manchukuo. Japanese Occupation gold Tael ND (1932) XF 
Details (Damaged) NGC, KM-X1.1, L&M-1067, Kann-1595. 
A relatively lightly handled example of this important relic 
of the Japanese extension into China, of which, owing to the 
fact that they were primarily held as accounting pieces by the 
Japanese-controlled Bank of Manchukuo, few would have entered 
circulation. The damage noted on the holder refers to a minor 
edge bump around 5 o’clock, although the offering still retains a 
good degree of detail. 


19324F ini HH Bl 78 — Wi. XF Details (Damaged) NGC. 
LAREN SERS, PHAGE A. PRE BER 
425 Tl BY Sie HR RAT TE at ZA, PRE EH AL 
aE A ce Ete BNI ig SLO GS Ae TL LUN eR HE, 
Wh, Te BTR Y BP EY A 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





SINKIANG 





30129 





Sinkiang. Hstian-t?ung “Army Ration” Miscal (Mace) ND 
(1910) UNC Details (Cleaned) NGC, KM-Y3 (1905), L&M-826, 
WS-1306. Variety with Chahtai script on obverse (reverse as hold- 
ered). An intriguing and very rare issue, reportedly introduced 
by the military governor of Sinkiang after the establishment of a 
modernized minting bureau at the Shuimogou Machinery Factory 
outside of Tihwa in 1907, and meant to be used as soldiers’ pay. 
Though we are unclear on the designation of this piece as a con- 
temporary imitation on the holder, Wenchao does note that these 
issues ceased to be minted after revolution broke out in 1911, 
perhaps suggesting an association with that period of turmoil. 


19104F #f 48 3k — 3%. UNC Details (Cleaned) NGC, __ 

EG (PAHS EM) AXE. SA SMI, 
4B TEE TH ABE YB ARG 2 1 OO TAF Bi LBL SE, AL ot BT HB 
Jt AL Ti See Dh aS, ACP Se rE A a PRE LE at 
WS, We Bl AC AGAR Ad we BR TT, ME OC Ae a IE ha OL KS 
ar eS, eet Fe eA 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 











30130 Sinkiang. Hstian-t’?ung 4 Miscals (Mace) ND (1910) XF40 
PCGS, KM-Y5, L&M-821. A lovely circulated example exhibit- 
ing a soft stone gray patina that evenly graces the obverse and 
reverse surfaces. 


19104F $f 5B AR 8. XFAO PCGS. 

RELI TBR, AMER TER, ER LIRA HT, 
Ai 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





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CHINA-SINKIANG 


30131 Sinkiang. Republic gold Fantasy Mace CD 1912 AU58 





NGC, KM-X1030, Kann-B86. The first example of the type 
we have been able to locate coming to auction in over 6 
years, the previous of which ranked a full three points lower. 
Despite the NGC census lacking population data for this 
older certification, auction records suggest that very few 
representatives survive anywhere near to Mint State, the major- 
ity suffering post-mint alteration and frequently seeing use in 
jewelry. Mislabeled on the holder as dating from 1910. 

Ex. Ponterio & Associates Sale 156 (December 2010, Lot 1083); 
Numismatica Genevensis Auction 5 (December 2008, Lot 453 


[part]) 


RB AF 1912) Hee tT the — eee, AUS8 NGC. 
IBAA KML LIN AE, WPA i Ee 
= 4), NGCH EARS KSUE ARERR, ARE ee 
LURKER AMASSERE, REP AWTS OHA 
VERE SPT. PEO HE LRA OOF HEE 

Estimate: $4,000-$6,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 





30132 Sinkiang. Republic gold Fantasy 2 Mace CD 1912 AUS58 NGC, 


KM-X1035, Kann-B85. A lesser-encountered fantasy issue that 
frequently found use in jewelry, this being the first example that 
we have offered. Appearing quite near the cusp of a Mint State 
grade, the surfaces possess a rich golden luster, some rosaceous 
tones around the raised features only adding a further degree of 
eye appeal. 

Ex. Ponterio & Associates Sale 156 (December 2010, Lot 1082); 
Numismatica Genevensis Auction 5 (December 2008, Lot 453 


[part]) 


RB (1912) Hae ES Pe — st Ge, AUS8NGC. | 
— AE aN JR te Se, AE ea. EK A aK at 
AD fee AK RE, Fi, BBL ELAR LF ROR 
8, SARFEF. 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 








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30133 Sinkiang. Republic Dollar Year 38 (1949) AU58 PCGS, 


Sinkiang Pouring Factory mint, KM-Y46.2, L&M-842. Pointed 
Base “1” variety. Highly lustrous and on the clear precipice of 
Mint State, only light instances of friction and the faintest degree 
of highpoint rub confirming a brief history in circulation. 


RBI Tt \4F (1949) ar $e-el ie See eS SR, AUS8 PCGS. 
Pie aie a. (RL AG. PETC, EUR, RAE 
4 BYE BR AO EY ey RI, EN BE A OY SB 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





SZECHUAN 














30134 Szechuan. Kuang-hst copper Pattern 20 Cash ND (1903- 
1905) AU Details (Scratch) PCGS, KM-Y230.3, CL-SC.77, 
cf. Duan-1979, Hsu-Unl. Variety with trident flame pointing 
to below “ZE” of “SZE”. A rare pattern issue whose special 
nature is immediately felt in hand due to its exacting strike, which 
leaves significantly sharper detail than is seen on those examples 
intended for circulation. Lightly toned, with fiery reds accentuat- 
ing the device peripheries. A small number of light scratches are 
noted, the largest of which extends from the reverse inner circle to 
the outer edge. A rare opportunity to acquire an example of this 
elusive type. 


1903-1905 Dil aie 4 70 ET a te. AU Details 
(Scratch) PCGS. 

RX FH” SZE” WN” ZE” RRS RB OK MG ELEY te EK 
A, ETT VR, BLE Fi Sit ae Te ak 7B LL A. RL 
KATE EHR HEB. ERS AD EM RR, HH 
HARA BY eer Ne PN LB FE 1 Bl Op ee AE ERMA 
UBC FER EY AE EEN BE, A HSH 

Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Reserve: $8,000 








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30135 Szechuan. Kuang-hst Dollar ND (1901-1908) XF45 PCGS, 
KM-Y238, L&M-345. Narrow Face variety. Unique and engag- 
ing in appearance, with considerable mint freshness retained in 
the fields, dually contrasting against darker accents gripping the 
devices and the struck features themselves, which stand out due to 
their lightness of color atop the higher points. 


1901-19084F I] ie FE Re To EG BR — PSR, XFAS PCGS. 
FA. BTR AW ME, RACERS TROL, FORE, 
CF ak EAT Ek, Sec RA 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 











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Second Finest Certified Hsuan-tung Szechuan Dollar 


PN St | sR 








Szechuan. Hstian-t’ung Dollar ND (1909-1911) MS64 PCGS, 
KM-Y243.1, L&M-352, Kann-150, WS-0747. With inverted A for 
V in PROVINCE. A simply phenomenal grade for this final dollar 
of imperial Szechuan, and within the milled coinage of the prov- 
ince in general, with the majority of issues both plagued by weak 
striking in the peripheries and often coming down to the present 
day heavily circulated or cleaned. To-date, only 21 out of over 
800 examples at NGC and PCGS combined have been certified 
in Mint State, of which only one specimen ranks finer than the 
present coin, and that by just one grade point. Blazing with mint 
luster over fully original surfaces, hardly a feature of the coin 
seems out of place or underexpressed; next to no chatter in the 
fields and all the details admirably sharp. The next finest example 
we can locate coming to sale was an MS62, which hammered for 
$11,500 in 2015. 


1909-191 1F G)Il Gi & HTL HR — SRE, MS64 PCGS. 
PROVINCE'# VJ 2 ET Bley TA) =. on tHae LEY 9) ash 70, 
Yt BOR BEAT IN ic fe — AG BRAY SRE TJ EB les 
ZAI, KS WERT A, Bel RR, LO RG. 
BH, NGCHPCCSAHB00KA FH, 1221 BR EEMSIKRE, 
HME — BUA ah Ze HANI TE EB A HC DR BR 
AG, TET, LURE, TUK RCE, ABB 
He 20154 4 — IF aRMS62 386 B11, 500% Tue te, EA 


Estimate: $20,000-$30,000 
Starting Bid: $10,000 








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30137 No Lot 








30138 Szechuan. Empress Tzu Hsi Fantasy 50 Cents ND MS63 


NGC, KM-X427, Kann-B28, WS-1349-48. An apparently scarcer 
fantasy issue than the larger Tzu Hsi Dollars to judge from recent 
sales records, with only a small handful of certified examples 
having become available, and this being only the second Choice 
Mint State offering we have handled. Ascribed to the region of 
Szechuan-Tibet, the current representative is profusely toned and 
struck from heavily polished dies. 


PE)! er ee REA Jar FAR HF, MS63 NGC. | 

AW AE AAS HE, ee RSME LL BHP AD IRE, 
BE Bl FB xe AY Be. hie] — FE AE a Py RN Ft 
iro ECE Hl || fe ie, LSE, MBE PRU, Fah 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 











30139 





Tibet. Republic gold Medallic Proof Restrike 10 Srang BE 
1624 (1950) PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, Valcambi mint, KM-X6. 
Mintage: 500. Reeded edge. Per Unusual World Coins, 6th edition 
this issue was authorized by the Dalai Lama in exile and produced 
by the Valcambi mint in 1978. The issue may be considered a 
restrike in that it is based off the 16-24 10 Srang, though that type 
was originally struck in billon rather than gold. 


BE 1624 (19504) Wj Wi te 2 Ase @ , PR6O Ultra Cameo 
NGC, 

Butt 2k ie BR EAT 500K. He. HR Unusual World 
Coins (@ 7h) , SOME REE BY ER ORE, HELA IK LL A] 
Bae, WR AK PR 16-24 Py Se 

Estimate: $1,500-$1,800 

Reserve: $1,500 





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30140 Yunnan. Kuang-hsii 20 Cents ND (1908) MS63 NGC, Kunming 


mint, KM-Y252, L&M-420 (1907), Kann-168 (same). A brilliant 
representative of this first-year of issue, featuring remarkably 
sharp and mark-free surfaces, and presently outranked by a mere 
2 specimens at NGC. 


19084F- 2 By ie 76 70 SR SR, MS63 NGC. 
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i, date] Hk yl, EME ER SNGCA FY Sb EL 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








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Legendary Spring Dollar 
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30141 Yunnan. Hstan-t’?ung “Spring” Dollar CD 1910 AU58 NGC, 


Kunming mint(?), KM-Y260.1 (Rare), L&M-428 (same dies), 
Kann-177, WS-0692 (same dies), Wenchao-841 (rarity 5 stars), 
Chang Foundation-Unl. Standard dragon design/Seven Chinese 
characters across top, instead of normal four. The legendary 
Chinese Dragon Dollar, called the “Yunnan Spring Dollar” in 
reference to the seven Chinese characters across the top that trans- 
late roughly to, “Made in the Spring 1910 in Yunnan Province.” 
This fantastic issue is also the only coin in Chinese numismatics 
that features a season of the year as part of the date. An enig- 
matic issue, one of China’s rarest coins with only three specimens 
known, it has been a coin of mystery and legend since its dis- 
covery, around 1920. Although there has been constant research 
in Chinese numismatic circles, over time no definite reason, or 
meaning for the term, “Spring 1910,” has yet been discovered. 


In their catalog listing for the first known specimen, Champion 
Hong Kong Auction proposed that the minting of the Spring 
Dollar may have been tied to the completion of the French-built 
Tonkin-Yunnan Railroad (also known as the Kunming-Haiphong 
Railway) on April Ist, 1910, officially opening just after the 
Spring Equinox. A monumental effort that took nearly 40 years 
to complete and claimed a death toll numbering well into the 
thousands at a time when the population of the Yunnan Province 
was just around 85,000, the railway was first proposed in 1871, 
though it took until 1885 to officially consult with the Qing gov- 
ernment. Likely struck at the provincial mint at Kunming, which 
had only just struck its first coins in 1908 and served as the ter- 
minus of the rail line, this commemorative may well have been 
intended as a presentation piece for French or Chinese officials 
associated with the transcontinental railroad, though it would 
seem that it was never distributed. 


The first genuine example of this issue to appear at public 
auction—the same piece plated in Lin and Ma’s //lustrated 
Catalogue of Chinese Gold & Silver Coins and Wang Chu Li’s 
Illustrated Catalogue of Chinese Gold & Silver Coins—was sold 
by Hua Chen in Beijing in April 2002. This piece was later re-sold 
in Cheng Xuan’s Autumn 2007 sale in Beiing (lot 1863) where it 
realized 3,192,000 RMB (US $468,000). Champion Hong Kong 
Auction then sold the same coin (AU55 NGC) for the astound- 
ing price of US $1,035,000 in their August 2010 Hong Kong 
sale (lot 12), making it the first Chinese coin to ever exceed the 
million-dollar threshold. 


The present offering is the finest of the three known examples. 
Graded and certified by NGC, this piece was struck from the exact 
same dies as the other two and previously sold in our September 
2011 Long Beach Signature Auction for $546,250, including 
Buyer’s Premium. We feel, if anything, that the grade assigned by 
NGC is somewhat conservative, as the offering reveals fully lus- 
trous surfaces and a distinctively mottled reverse toning pattern 
that identifies it from the other specimens, along with a virtu- 
ally Mint State appearance free of all but a few stray marks. 


Sharply struck with little, if any, actual wear observable, it is 
interesting to note that the present representative has not been 
plated in any of the major Chinese references, reinforcing its 
supreme rarity and remarkably few public appearances. Rated 
as ararity 5 stars in Dong Wenchao’s An Overview of China’s 
Gold & Silver Coins of Past Ages—the highest rarity used by the 
work and a designation awarded to surprisingly few pieces—and 
quite probably the rarest of the Chinese regular circulation issue 
Dragon Dollars, it undoubtedly represents one of the gems of the 
Chinese numismatic series that most only dream of ever seeing! 


Ex. Dr. Norman Jacobs Collection (Heritage 2011 Long Beach 
Signature Auction, Lot 23943); A. M. Tracey Woodward Collection, 
acquired by Dr. Jacobs from the Woodward Collection through 
the noted New York numismatist Robert Friedberg in 1952. 


Estimate available upon request. 


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30142 Yunnan. Republic T’ang Chi-yao gold 10 Dollars ND (1919) 


MS63 NGC, KM-Y482, L&M-1057, Kann-1524. Variety with “1” 
below the tassels on flags. The second highest grade awarded to 
this largest denomination Republican issue of Yunnan by both 
NGC and PCGS—an especially impressive feat when consider- 
ing the large number of examples that come cleaned or used in 
jewelry. Featuring well-cut features and a noticeably watery 
sheen of surface luster, the viewer would be hard-pressed to find a 
stray mark of any serious consequence. 


191945 Jes A 5 RE ae AL 48 A 4 . MS63 NGC. 
HM TA TL) ak RO Pe 3 ey io 1 a 
Ht, NGCRPCGSA E44 5 — Feo REA BB Tl ak SR BAL He 
HOE, REPORT, ULAR BEA, Pk, oe 
TCH A Ree, QL, ee RY AL. 

Estimate: $4,000-$6,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 





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30143 Yunnan. Republic Tael ND (1943-1944) MS61 NGC, KM-Xx2 


(under French Indo-China), L&M-433, Kann-940, Lec-324. 
Struck for use in the French Indo-China opium trade. Frosty 
white with full cartwheel luster and a light scattering of haymark- 
ing. Some minor toning has begun to develop around the rims, 
helping to zero in the viewer’s attention to the central features. 


1943-19444- 2 i & — Wy ESR, MS61 NGC. - 
SARA RN RAD, BAB Het, Roe 
IRD. HER Se EOL, HERG. 

Estimate: $1,400-$1,600 

Starting Bid: $700 











30144 Yunnan. Republic Tael ND (1943-1944) UNC Details (Reverse 


Cleaned) NGC, KM-X2 (under French Indo-China), L&M-433, 
Kann-940, Lec-324. An ever-popular trade issue, still retaining 
a good degree of satin texture beneath stray marks and a light 
reverse cleaning. 


1943-1944 = & @ 4—MiIESR. UNC Details (Reverse 
Cleaned) NGC. : . 
RRA NG BSR, LEU RE ORR, EE 
Ae Tet HA SR 5 SER 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 








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30146 Yunnan. Republic Tael ND (1943-1944) MS62 NGC, KM-X3 
(under French Indo-China), L&M-435, Kann-939, Lec-235. Small 
stag head type. Struck for use in French Indo-China. Admirably 
struck and entirely untoned, the planchet exhibiting especially 
pronounced flan striations that produced an exceptionally fresh 
appearance. Rare so near to choice. 


1943-1944 4¢ = Fe HE 5H IE SR —TY. MS62 NGC. 

EIU, EERVLMESE, CLE, PRAULES 
Aa A AGRIC. Se LAT, RM SR IG TT. ELEY 7H 
Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 











30145 Yunnan. Republic Tael ND (1943-1944) MS63 PCGS, KM-X3 
(under French Indo-China), L&M-435, Lec-325. Small stag head 
type. Struck for use in French Indo-China. Of notably better 
than average quality for this often crude type, which tends to be 
plagued by heavier handling. This example, earthen toned, gently 
cared for, and displaying clear underlying luster, deserves com- 
mensurate bidder attention. 


1943-1944 4F = i FE HIE SR—WY. MS63 PCGS, 

ANS, Je EU SCF iy ig Hr ASR Fe oe TE J ZL TH a 
tI-BCME, 2A APY Ae. ROC ee ee, FRE 
fa, ttt ete A BIE. 

Estimate: $4,000-$6,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 





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30147 Kuang-hsti Dollar ND (1908) MS64 NGC, Tientsin mint, 
KM-Y14, L&M-11, Kann-216, WS-0029. Instantly impressive, 
both when considering the normally poor-quality of preservation 
for this late Central Mint emission of Kuang-hst and especially 
when compared to the just 19 specimens that rank finer across 
both major grading services out of over 4500 examples certi- 
fied. Slightly muted in the luster though razor-sharp in overall 
execution, the surfaces appear nearly matte in finish with only the 
lightest hints of toning. 


19084656 Ae SEE AR BO a 70 TE HR — 2) SR, MS64 NGC. 
a Pe te oe eee 
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aE ey. MOS AS Fl, FER i, ECE. MOS 
ARTA, HBL 

Estimate: $20,000-$25,000 

Starting Bid: $10,000 








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Frosty Imperial Dollar 
OFS RA AHR 


30148 











Kuang-hsii Dollar ND (1908) MS64 PCGS, Tientsin mint, 
KM-Y 14, L&M-11, Kann-216. Utterly charming, this stunning 
selection displays an essentially full strike, leaving sharp design 
features throughout, the only insignificant softness shown at the 
lower obverse legend. The central motifs, standing in strong relief 
against the surrounding fields, are bathed in opulent white frost, 
a ring of soft toning bounding the confines of the outer ring and 
contributing a perfect visual contrast. Highly impressive, and 
absolutely deserving of the near-gem grade assigned by PCGS. 


190.8 4656 fa AF ie AR WR 4 0 he BR DR. MS64 
PCGS. 

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EER AS, ASN Ete XPCCS FE WY GEM. 

Estimate: $20,000-$25,000 

Starting Bid: $10,000 





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30150 Kuang-hst Dollar ND (1908) AU Details (Cleaning) PCGS, 
Tientsin mint, KM-Y14, L&M-11. A highly sought-after one-year 
type preserving traces of original luster close to the devices and a 
remarkably original toning palette. 


1908 4F 56 4447 32 et A 7G SR. AU Details 
(Cleaning) PCGS. 

Rise RE, BT EK, BRR, ROR 

BOE, AREER. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





30149 Kuang-hsii Dollar ND (1908) MS62 NGC, Tientsin mint, 
KM-Y14, L&M-11, Kann-216. Icy luster traverses the expanses 
of this sharp example, prized for its rarity in Mint State condi- 
tion, creating a subtle halo effect around the devices that serves to 
create a lively display in hand. Though overall handling appears 
in line with assigned grade, the dragon face appears to be largely 
free of any meaningful disturbances, rendering the present offer- 
ing a highly desirable representative of the issue. 

Ex. Wa She Wong Collection 


1908457 44 Fae ME AR BE A Tb Be — RI, MS62 NGC. 
AE. MEE, MEE. ZR BORE. BRS EB 
RIC He Tt. PEA EA Be, PRE, ALAM Le 
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Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 








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Legendary Long-Whiskered Dragon Dollar Pattern 
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30151 











Hstian-t’ung silver Specimen Pattern “Long-Whiskered 
Dragon” Dollar Year 3 (1911) SP61 PCGS, Tientsin mint, 
KM-Pn305, Kann-223a, L&M-28, WS-0040, Wenchao-105 (rarity 
3 stars), Chang Foundation-33. Pointed petals variety. Perhaps the 
most instantly recognizable proposed pattern for the final dragon 
dollar of Hstan-t’ung’s reign, stemming from a program by the 
Emperor to unify the national currency that employed an Italian 
die-cutting firm to work with the Central Mint in designing a new 
dollar coin. Delicately patinated across the surfaces with a medal- 
lic strike rendering an exquisite level of detail, and few of the 
pesky hairlines that so often plague the type, this charming speci- 
men expresses a clarity often missing from even finer examples. 
One of just 20 pieces of this variety that have been certified by 
PCGS to-date, it remains a necessary emission from the late 
imperial series so often missing from even advanced collections. 
Ex. Zhu H.J. Collection 


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SRE ER] BGR EY — AC, AR HA EEA SF LIX 

HH EL: A FEAR AIRY FG HE HB 

Estimate: $100,000-$120,000 

Starting Bid: $50,000 





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30152 Hsiian-t’ung silver Specimen Pattern “Reversed Dragon” Dollar Year 3 (1911) AU Details (Tooled) PCGS, Tientsin mint, KM-Pn308, 
L&M-31, Kann-225, WS-0042A, Wenchao-115 (rarity 3 stars), Chang Foundation-37. Reversed dragon. Type II variety with raised veins on 
leaves. An excessively rare proposed pattern for the final dollar type of the Qing Dynasty, representing likely the only comparatively “attainable” 
design from this pattern series. Engraved with the dragon’s body reversed, or oriented in the opposite direction, from the adopted design, this is 
only the third example we have ever offered. Despite the usually rather negative connotations of the tooled designation, here it appears to apply to 
a few confined patches of relatively light scratches on the the obverse and reverse, none of which seem to be aimed at an artificial strengthening 
of the devices. On the whole, the offering is rather matte in overall appearance, with charcoal toning obscuring the coin’s few flaws. 


Mat (91D Alea & Blt | HEN]. AU Details (Tooled) PCGS. 

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RUPE FISK, ee OUR EA OR, UY ete RL RARER RECHRD, REAR RR. BEM a, 

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Estimate: $15,000-$20,000 

Starting Bid: $7,500 


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30153 Hsiian-t’ung Dollar Year 3 (1911) AU58 PCGS, Tientsin mint, KM-Y31, L&M-37, Kann-227. No period, extra flame variety. Boasting a capti- 
vating eye appeal and comparatively bold strike for the issue, with teal cabinet tones lining the peripheries. Some traces of ink chopmarking are 
to be noted on the reverse for the sake of completeness. 


me =4e (1911) ATHSR' SE, AUS8 PCGS., 

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Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





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The Gruchevsky Collection 


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(Bronislav Grombchevsky) 1855-1926 


Bronislav Grombchevsky (also appears in English as Gromtchevsky and 
Gruchevsky) was an ethnic Polish officer in the Imperial Russian Army and 
an explorer/spy, famed for his participation in The Great Game, a political 
and diplomatic confrontation between the British and Russian empires over 
territories in Central and South Asia in the 19th century. 


Grombchevsky was born on January 15, 1855, in the family mansion 
in Kaunatava in the Kovno Governorate of the Russian Empire (now 
Lithuania). In 1873, Grombchevsky entered the Saint Petersburg Mining 
Institute but left before completing his studies to join the Life Grenadier 
Regiment of the Imperial Russian Guard at Kexholm. 


In 1885, as a senior officer for special assignments, Grombchevsky led an 
expedition along the Chinese border in Kashgar and the border regions of 
the Tian Shan mountains. In 1886, he led another in the Central Tian Shan 
Basin and Naryn (the upper reaches of the river Syr Darya). He then entered 
the astronomical faculty of St. Petersburg University, where he received 
theoretical and practical skills in surveying, geodesy, and cartography, after 
which he returned to Turkestan. 


In 1888-89, he returned to the Raskemdarya basin. He explored the Raskem 
(6,482 m) and Tohtakorum (5,419 m) ranges and the Kirchinbulak river (left 
tributary of the Raskemdarya). For his expeditions (1888-1892), he was 
awarded a gold medal by the Russian Geographical Society. 


In 1900, Grombchevsky became a major general and civil commissioner in 
China and participated in the Eight-Nation Alliance. He then served as its 
governor (1903-1905) and managed the Astrakhan Ataman of Astrakhan 
Cossack army (1905-1907). 


He officially resigned in 1910. Through his extensive journeys in Central 
Asia, and services in Dalian, a Russian colony in China and in the Eight- 
Nation Alliance, he created a vast Chinese collection, covering a wide 
variety of antiquities, some of which previously came to auction in China 
last June, as well as coins. The pieces presented here clearly attest to his 
exceptional eye for quality—and his good fortune in being able to obtain 
such coins contemporaneously with their striking—not a single example 
grading below Choice Mint State, and the majority ranking among the 
finest of their respective certified populations. Grombchevsky also pub- 
lished many books about his travels and collections in China and Central 
Asia. 


In 1914, Grombchevsky returned to office when the First World War broke 
out. After the Russian Civil War, he was appointed by Anton Ivanovich 
Denikin to join Alexander Vasilyevich Kolchak’s forces in the Far East. 
He was imprisoned following his defeat at the hands of the Red forces. He 
escaped in 1920 and arrived at Warsaw alone via Japan and Britain. He 
lost all his property in the revolution and worked in the State Institute of 
Meteorology in Poland. 


Grombchevsky died in Warsaw on February 27, 1926, at the age of 71 years. 


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30154 Hupeh. Kuang-hsti 50 Cents ND (1895-1905) MS63+ PCGS, 
Ching mint, KM-Y126, L&M-183, Kann-41. A laudable repre- 
sentative of this provincial type showcasing mint fresh surfaces 
layered in dappled pastel tones to the obverse, a deeper palette 
of steel and honey gold having taken to the greater part of the 
reverse expanses. A prominent cartwheel effect dominates both 
faces, pointing to a clear degree of quality that only few collectors 
can hope to locate in this conditionally difficult issue. 


1895-1905#=WAaeBHKAABABKRARK, MS63+ 


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BY He 6 EY EE, eG iY TH 
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Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 





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30155 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Lower Five-Pointed Stars” Dollar ND 





(1912) MS64 PCGS, Nanjing mint, KM-Y319, L&M-42, Kann- 
603, WS-0085, Wenchao-847 (rarity 3 stars). Variety with lower 
five-pointed stars on reverse. Commemorating the Birth of the 
Republic. A stunning near gem specimen, representing the first 
year of issue for this timeless and quintessentially Chinese type 
struck upon the founding of the Republic of China. Despite a rela- 
tively high certified population—with over 400 examples seen 
to-date by PCGS alone—remarkably few grade finer than the 
present piece, and certainly few come close in offering as splen- 
did a visual allure; obverse and reverse alike brim with die polish 
lines overlaid by a charming mottled cabinet tone. 


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Estimate: $7,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $3,500 


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30156 Republic Li Yuan-hung Dollar ND (1912) MS64 PCGS, 


Wuchang mint, KM-Y321, L&M-45, Kann-639. Incredibly visu- 
ally appealing, featuring a deeply metallic toning palette that 
catches hints of iridescent color, particularly as it lightens on 
the reverse. Whereas the coinage of Li Yuan-hung, like many 
of the portrait types of the Republican series, frequently comes 
unevenly struck and with numerous elements of the design under- 
expressed, the coin on offer here shows even the smallest details 
of the President’s hair and uniform in full detail with well-cut 
legends and no clear evidence of die deterioration. 


19124-2270 HAR Bel Bl ALS HS Ll. MS64 PCGS. 

RE. PLN RAD RE. LAR RE, LARA 
HAM, Tee, LEECHERS, RRB KALE 
SMR NUR eT HR, SUE eS 
HU, Hae ESR ETE. BHM TARR Re 
ANA ae, Aa EX, AR, 4 
BRET. WE: BEAR 

Estimate: $7,000-$9,000 

Starting Bid: $3,500 








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Spectacular and Magnificently Toned Rarity 
ELBE FREY BEAR AR FE RF 


30157 





Republic Yuan Shih-kai “Plumed Hat” Dollar ND (1916) 
MS65+ PCGS, Tientsin mint, KM-Y332, L&M-942, Kann- 
663. Struck for the inauguration of Yuan Shih-kai as Emperor 
Hung-hsien. A remarkable example of this widely recognized 
Republican rarity, immersed in gently dappled amber tones and 
speckled with aged copper hues, touches of fiery red coloration 
enlivening the fields and devices. This difficult type remains a 
scarce commodity in finer grades, particularly so past choice 
levels of certification, yet enters into a new league of rarity at the 
gem level. This specimen, with its “plus” designation, represents 
the near-peak of what we have ever seen for the type and promises 
to serve as one of the indisputable highlights of this sale. 


19164 ct DUR 3 7 BUA RAC TUSK. MS65+ PCGS. 

Rigs, ARERR A HORM S. BERRA RAS 
FP HH ee HEH me BY — Me 2 A fo 3 BLN BE IH ELIE, ae Bb 
POE eI, KAN EB A ART Rl A. 
BO EALE, BAIR OR, RICE A WTR ML, TOE 
GEMM ei. EMEA | oH | AT SI 
BA AR EIKR, PAB RAIL Ka PA BZ, We: 
GEM IEE 

Estimate: $40,000-$50,000 

Starting Bid: $20,000 


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Superb Military Bust Dollar 
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30158 Republic Tsao Kun Dollar ND (1923) MS65 PCGS, Tientsin 
mint, L&M-959, Kann-678. Depicting Tsao Kun in military 
uniform and produced during the short presidency of Tsao Kun 
before General Feng Yuxiang’s coup in 1924. A simply mag- 
nificent representative of this single-year type displaying utterly 
superior surface preservation in conjunction with characteristical- 
ly medallic devices that stand in high relief over the surrounding 
fields. What is truly astounding about this specimen, beyond its 
lofty gem grade, is that even this acknowledgement of its high 
quality seems conservative, the surfaces on the whole bearing 
almost imperceptibly little handling, only the delicately laid gold 
and light toffee tones and palpable luster leaving a lasting impres- 
sion on the viewer. If you have sought a peak representative of 
this conditionally rare issue then look no further, as this offering 
comes with our highest recommendation. 


192347 BSR AL EREF, MS65 PCGS. | 
Rig Se. Ko eG SG TE EE BE BR ZA IN HS AR IE 
Soe a Aw, BCR aR YEN OR IRAE, WEALD SE 
AE EOX, SERDAR, RAN SSE E 
FURRY AE ELE, BIE, SARAIVA. WOR IE OR TH 
SUGAR, Fe DSH Re. MW AE 
Estimate: $25,000-$35,000 

Starting Bid: $12,500 








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Extraordinarily Rare L. Giorgi Cent Pattern 
hk | L. Giorgi Fk] SAME 





30159 Republic bronze Pattern “L. Giorgi” Cent (20 Cash) Year 
5 (1916) MS63 Red and Brown NGC, KM-Pn41, CCC-680, 
CL-MG.54, Duan-3224, Hsu-555. Among the rarest copper pat- 
terns of the early Republican series—entirely missing from 
the Norman Jacobs, Irving Goodman, and Kann collections. 
Produced by the Tientsin mint’s chief engraver Luigi Giorgi, most 
famously know for his iconic pattern dollar series of President 
Yuan Shih-kai, this issue represents the officially adopted design, 
with the addition of the artist’s signature just to the right of 6 
o’clock on the reverse, as holdered. One of just 10 reportedly cer- 
tified between NGC and PCGS combined, it is only the fourth we 
have been able to locate coming to auction in the past 2 decades, 
including the Wa She Wong example sold in 2010 (MS64 Brown), 
a second piece offered in 2014 (MS63 Brown), and most recently 
the Aki Tomo example sold in 2016 (SP64 Brown). Possessing 
rich cupric undertones, the specimen at hand stands out among 
the majority of those pieces for having retained a significant 
degree of its original mint red color, omitting even the smallest 
of stray marks from the surfaces with die polish lining the central 
reverse cartouche. Of immense significance for the serious 
Chinese numismatist, and perhaps the only opportunity to obtain 
an example for many years to come. 


RA a4 (1916) Sasa te (L.Giorgi# 4x |. MS63 Red 

and Brown NGC, 

FAL 40 BASF PP, Wik Fy ELEN SE, TE ae TE 

fe SW He, RAK BI ae teen So HH ie See EI AE 

ale ue Gior Bitte FE mt OR Se ATR AZIELAZ. ULE 

fay eat FER WA FAA RE Be ot St Th 7A 1 

MEE. NGC#PCGS dt Bet lO ASRS, 
A AF Fel dt eo Lt SY 9 AK. MA ae eae eee, TR TE 

toby AL, ZUR MOK, EAS PAR A, A IE +P ae ee 

AMER. HARE e ny Se ko BR ae 

RR, BEREMVGER EG, BOSE. 

Estimate: $50,000-$70,000 

Starting Bid: $25,000 





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30160 Republic “Dragon & Phoenix” 10 Cents Year 15 (1926) MS63 





PCGS, KM-Y334, L&M-83. One of the most instantly recogniz- 
able minors of the Republican series, and clearly a conditional 
exception to the usually highly circulated state of most examples. 
The piece still exhibits icy luster below speckled toning and 
graphite surfaces. 


RB +a (1926) fe Ae Ash. MS63 PCGS. 

Bl AP A ae ES BY FD a 18 LAR — AI, fh 
ie ABIL, PEA — FG. BE LE BEBE DERR BROCE 
Estimate: $1,400-$1,600 

Starting Bid: $700 





30161 





Republic “Dragon & Phoenix” 10 Cents Year 15 (1926) AUS8 
PCGS, KM-Y334, L&M-83. A very nearly Mint State specimen 
showcasing radiant cartwheel luster and fine die polish on the 
reverse. 


RET i (1926) fe JES fast, AUS8 PCGS. 
ee Beet te Oat, HARRI AB 
TR o 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 








30162 Republic Yuan Shih-kai 50 Cents Year 3 (1914) AUSS PCGS, 
KM-Y328, L&M-64. Lustrous and appealing, with cleanly 
embossed designs that draw the eyes toward the centers, these 
flanked by lustrous fields decorated in touches of light tone at the 
peripheries. 


RB =F (1914) sett IR BSR, AUSS PCGS. . 
TERRRA, BENTO ASE, SLA RCH URE HE. MAR 
BE, RM ICA HEHE 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





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Fleeting Commemorative Gold Medal 


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30163 





Republic Nye Sze Chung gold Medal of 50 Cents Year 9 (1920) 
MS62 NGC, Anking mint, KM-X990, L&M-1122, Kann-Plate 
189, WS-0080B, Wenchao-57 (rarity 3 stars). Variety with six- 
pointed stars. Produced to commemorate the Anhwei Army, 
featuring the bust of the Anhwei military governor Nye Sze 
Chung (Ni Sichung). By all measures a remarkable specimen 
of this non-denominated medallic commemorative, likely rep- 
resenting one of the finest, if not the finest, certified examples, 
outranking even the Lawrence Adams piece offered in 2016—an 
MS61 which brought $18,000 hammer. With the exception of 
the most minor wisps which likely bound the grade, each facet 
of the design is boldly rendered, fully struck-up, and virtually 
unimprovable, free of serious softness or uneveness, with a lightly 
watery shimmer to the surfaces. 


RBI LAF (1920) Beis HALE, MS62 NGC. . 
EMER. DAES Z, KEE MB AMEE, BAR 
Ke mee AR. OM ALS, CeO PAK 
&S, FE EE 2016ECNGiH & L—#xLawrence Adams%# 
AWRMSOLS#, 24 REM 18,. 0008 1. HA MRS BI IRS 
PLY AK. ER MT aia, PRXF— ABR. BO 
SEE AE TT HK Sl, IC Dit 

Estimate: $15,000-$25,000 

Starting Bid: $7,500 





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30165 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Lower Five-Pointed Stars” Dollar ND 
(1912) AU58 PCGS, Nanjing mint, KM-Y319, L&M-42. Variety 
with lower five-pointed stars on reverse. Expressing overlapping 
steel and silvery tones, soft touches of deeper patina enveloping 
the devices and contributing to an admirable contrast between 
these and the lustrous expanses of the fields. As a type, highly 
coveted when located so close to Mint State. 


19125 4+ 1) RBA BAL Sl, AUS8 PCGS. 

FRE, SRS eR Be, RAR. BRUNER 
HT SCIP AE ak ta Eh BEE IK RR, AEE, 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,500 

Starting Bid: $1,250 








30166 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Lower Five-Pointed Stars” Dollar ND 
(1912) AUS55 PCGS, Nanjing mint, KM-Y319, L&M-42. Variety 
with lower five-pointed stars on reverse. Fully struck, with an 
admirable clarity of design resulting to the higher points, a semi- 
Prooflike characteristic to the surfaces enabling clear reflectivity 
across the fields. 


191256 3K + 1 (# AALS ,. AU55 PCGS. 
FRE, SLI, BAe, AMM. RAEN EH 
SEB, SRIC II, Fl] FH A. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





30164 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Lower Five-Pointed Stars” Dollar ND 
(1912) MS62 PCGS, Nanjing mint, KM-Y319, L&M-42, Kann- 
603, WS-0085, Wenchao-847 (rarity 3 stars). Variety with lower 
five-pointed stars on reverse. Commemorating the Birth of the 
Republic. A singularly toned specimen awash with mint luster 
that cascades effortlessly over the surfaces. A mottled palette 
of antique patina obscures the few minor instances of contact 
present on the piece, leaving this a clear target for even the sea- 
soned collector. 


19124F- JAF 1h (RPA AL eS HF & ]. MS62 PCGS. 

HRW. SEL E. SEEM. LARA RIM. MIR 
ce em Od ce Mis Sacre eee Le 
BISHLFEND BBR, WHREARE RN MAR WHE 
Ay AN BY BE. 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 








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30167 Republic Li Yuan-hung Dollar ND (1912) MS62 NGC, 


Wuchang mint, KM-Y320, L&M-43, Kann-638a, WS-0089A. 
Type with Li Yuan-hung wearing hat. Tripled reverse die. A 
striking rendition of this scarcer early silver dollar from Li 
Yuan-hung’s tenure as Vice President of the Republic of China, 
appearing from all angles as comparatively choice with radiant 
luster over surfaces that clearly reveal that both obverse and 
reverse alike were struck from heavily polished dies. Boasting a 
unique mottled tone to wit, and an all-in-all covetable representa- 
tive of the type. 


191245 22 70H (& A ALAS HS , MS62 NGC. 

KERR, So RH. YHA AL EH. MME 
FR EB lis ee AS oe, RL See eR, UL ASR OC RRA, Smee 
ORI, DERAR——, HER. 

Estimate: $15,000-$20,000 

Starting Bid: $7,500 





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30168 Republic Li Yuan-hung Dollar ND (1912) MS65 NGC, 


Wuchang mint, KM-Y321, L&M-45. A radiant gem exhibiting 
dazzling cartwheel luster over surfaces delicately toned in a 
fine silvery patina. The immediate in-hand impression is one of 
immense quality, only the most insignificant wisps of contact 
establishing the grade. Soundly struck and displaying very well- 
balanced eye appeal. Only two examples currently certify higher 
at NGC, this out of a population of over 300. 


1912 7c A ALAS SR, MS65 NGC. 

Ate NK. FOE IN A, SRE LAE A Te, EB 
ER, MARAE, MEW, WORE GE ERO BRED, 
fe RIT, RB WowWee. NCCAPHE GAH, oe 
MI = 

Estimate: $12,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $6,000 








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30170 Republic Li Yuan-hung Dollar ND (1912) AU58 PCGS, 
Wuchang mint, KM-Y321, L&M-45. Fully white, with expres- 
sive argent luster that rolls over the surfaces with ease. Only the 
lightest degree of excess friction keeps this piece from Mint State 
certification. 


191246 A270 (RF BL ALR & SRK, AUS8 PCGS. 

REGU. OLA, AAA, RS. we 
TBR EUR, BEE 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,250 








30169 Republic Li Yuan-hung Dollar ND (1912) MS63 PCGS, 
Wuchang mint, KM-Y321, L&M-45, Kann-639. Incredibly 
eye-appealing and notably original throughout, the surfaces 
revealing the softest hints of tone and virtually no serious abra- 
sions, suggesting long-time careful storage. Die polish across 
both faces of the coin and a noticeable doubling to the characters 
testifies further to its quality. 

From the Storck Collection 


L912 RCH ARB ALA BSR, MS63 PCGS. 
Ete. BREEN — 72, FEB. RFI AILS, BRC 
ca ROABRABR, MERE RAD, Phe E 


tee 

HE: Storck 3k 
Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 
Starting Bid: $1,500 








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Among the Finest of an Iconic Type 
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30171 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 3 (1914) MS66+ PCGS, KM-Y329, L&M-63, Kann-645, WS-0174-1. Regular issue. Reeded edge. While 


likely the most iconic and instantly recognizable issue of the Chinese series amongst both seasoned numismatists and the layman alike, the 1914 
Yuan Shih-kai “Fatman” dollar usually is anything but a remarkable issue—the standard ‘base’ type for that year seeing nearly 50,000 specimens 
certified between NGC and PCGS combined. This fact is primarily owed to the enormous numbers originally struck, most of which experienced 
heavy usage in circulation and few of which were set aside soon after minting. That being said, the current example ranks far and beyond as a 
clear outlier, with only 11 MS67s represented in the NGC and PCGS census reports, none of which we have been able to locate coming to auction. 
In August 2018, another MS66+ sold for an astonishing $22,800, breaking the record for the type, and certainly demonstrated the enormous 
demand for peak-graded pieces. As such, we can only anticipate the fierce bidding the present offering, with its immense whirling luster and 
nearly undisturbed surfaces, will garner. 


RE=4F (1914) RS SSR, MS66+ PCGS. 

BEE Le AT Re AY A ie BY RE AK FO AT A Ti Be ee AL wk Ae PB, LOLA AE BY | Se AA | RAE IN RE NGC FHP CGS Z 
ARSE GR ET 250,000, MERAH RMU SHENREEA, HAS ART re RA, MBER TAR BUABY. eRe, A Avie tu 
THA A ee WK, ZENGC#UPCGS BCE AE 1B LL BCEMSO7, [el OY — AE 2018-F HHP, UA$22, 8008, TART Kio EW aL sK, 
Wee Ban Wg Ae BAR. Al, AP te i Ae, HEAD REAR RNR, HO BL, 

Estimate: $10,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 





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30172 Kansu. Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 3 (1914) AU50 Details (Cleaned) ANACS, Lanchow mint, KM-Y407, L&M-617, Kann-759. 
With characters “Kan Su” to either side of the bust. A remarkably high grade for the type, even in spite of the details modifier, with the ‘almost 
uncirculated’ tier being among the finest attainable certification, and just one piece to-date certified Mint State by PCGS. Reportedly responding 
to the 1914 monetary order of the Treasury Department that mandated a uniformity of coinage throughout the country, the Kansu Yuan Shih- 
kai dollars quickly met with disapproval due to their two added characters and were rapidly removed from circulation. With the few surviving 
examples seeming to still have circulated at a discount, only a select few examples survive in comparatively fine grades. For comparison, another 
AU Details (Cleaned) specimen from PCGS hammered for $13,000 in 2019. 


RA =4F (1914) RH UA S BSR | kk. AU50 Details (Cleaned) ANACS. 

BONE HE HAE HD, EE TODS, MIRA AE PIN Ako, SL, AR SAAR, RR eo se a 
%, His PI CHE, RAP, EP ATA Hh, 129k AAR eR UL BPE, PCCSIE EP — A MSAL. 

WHS, SAR WE ERA ERAM ABIES, AMM int (Pa) Rey, LPR, ERP 
AVE, tb A RAD BS i AE EE REEL. 7 KR PCGS AU Details (Cleaned) #20194 VWA13,000% TH KE, ERAS. 
Estimate: $10,000-$12,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 


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30173, Kansu. Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 3 (1914) XF40 
PCGS, Lanchow mint, KM-Y407, L&M-617 (mislabeled as 
L&M-63D), Kann-759. With characters “Kan Su” to either side of 
the bust. A very rare provincial Yuan Shih-kai issue, and the first 
of just two Republican silver dollars struck in the province, with 
the majority of surviving examples showing evidence of cleaning. 
With a light and even layer of wear producing a soft, nearly matte, 
finish to the surfaces, the offering strikes the viewer as naturally 
patinated and unaltered, the addition of darkened toning along 
the devices accenting the strike and providing yet further visual 
appeal. 


RB =4F 1914) ste SRS ASR Tt a) WK. XF4O PCGS. 
BNR. RMR al HA) EE, CBE ER 
BA el SCE BIL SR TE KL, TS oe et PT Se MT YS AE 7 BY 
—, MIRA AANA Ait, RRA NB Re te IK 
PO, SUT DEEN RE, BOXCAR CRS BE BRR 
fe, HEM, — A EL IE MEL), Zea 
Medel Be Lt REF — 

Estimate: $10,000-$12,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 











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Remarkably Glassy L. Giorgi Plumed Hat Pattern 
me FE AREY TL. Giorgi FAK | RH Foe 


30174 








Republic Yuan Shih-kai silver Pattern “L. Giorgi Plumed 
Hat” Dollar ND (1914) MS62 NGC, Tientsin mint, KM-Pn28, 
L&M-859, Kann-642a, WS-0095, Wenchao-856 (rarity 3 stars). 
Pattern for the Founding of the Republic commemorative. Perhaps 
the most iconic design of Chinese Republican silver dollar series, 
and an even greater testament to the skill of Tientsin chief mint 
engraver Luigi Giorgi, the coin at hand leaves remarkably little 
to be desired—this being only the fourth example of the pattern 
we have offered. Possessing stunningly glassy surfaces and a 
precision of detail that leaves an almost frosted appearance to the 
finer portions of the devices, it is easily imaginable that this piece 
would receive a Specimen designation from PCGS. 


L914 ARH RK MALL SRR IL. Giorgi # FR] 
o MS62 NGC, 

FHCEW, AA RUULA REWALIE ATS, 2 RT 
AAPOR, RA CE I AEA Bi Luigi Giorgit< 7138 
A. BORA, See AH ea by OAL, AOA EET, OA 
EK ATIEPCCSaPM, WAR at IT EE PT 

Estimate: $30,000-$50,000 

Starting Bid: $15,000 





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Sublime Gem Mint State Republican Dollar 
TRE it BY BER AR HE SRE 





30175 Republic Yuan Shih-kai “Plumed Hat” Dollar ND (1916) 
MS65 PCGS, Tientsin mint, KM-Y332, L&M-942, Kann-663. 
Of exceptional quality, this gem-certified “Plumed Hat” dollar 
reveals a care in preservation that one rarely encounters for the 
issue. The fields display a light silvery patination, which con- 
tributes to a sense of age and history, all while leaving a stark 
mint brilliance, which results in a tremendous visual charm. As 
impressively, a sharp strike renders every minute element of the 
obverse and reverse design motifs to their fullest, leaving nothing 
wanting. Truly superb for the type, and bound to see spirited 
bidding and attention by collectors seeking only high-end prizes 
for their collections. 


191646 $2 Ht DUR 3 i BA REAL GSR, MS65 PCGS. 

Ai 3E HF MB a EL AK RG a, Te CT ATA BEY FE TE LAR FE RED 
ERE RL. JIRA IRIR GR LA, APSR Jel SR, Se i eS EW 

AEN bb, EeGA, ESOS, LEMAR ES 

x en APP a TE HH RAR AE BY — ABC, EE | EK He RA 

Fl LAL 

Estimate: $30,000-$40,000 

Starting Bid: $15,000 








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Lustrous Plumed Hat Dollar 
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Republic Yuan Shih-kai “Plumed Hat” Dollar ND (1916) 
MS62 PCGS, Tientsin mint, KM-Y332, L&M-942, Kann-663. 
A blazing cartwheel effect carries across the obverse surfaces of 
this crisply struck “Plumed Hat” dollar, the reverse displaying a 
flashy reflectivity, with a very subtle touch of peripheral toning 
exhibited to both sides. Only light grazes establish the assigned 
grade, though essentially none of these are significant enough 
to be visible at all angles. As a type, a recognized prize of the 
Chinese series, and, in Mint State in particular, a continuous 
target for high-end collections. 


1916 tt BURP SE Fr BOK REAL SR, MS62 PCGS. 
ANEW. AE ULE SERA ASI, BT IRUR, HEIR 
BA) Be By CF Se IL ey PRR AR ESR ER a, SE ey ee 
Fr BR a, AE > BE AH fa JE TIE BR Hl J a, ER A Bh HET HK 
Fl, Dah Ay F BLEEK FY SE, MSE, EB eT He 
AA Eo 

Estimate: $20,000-$25,000 

Starting Bid: $10,000 


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Choice Mint State “Hat Touches Rim” Dollar - The Key to the Plumed Hat Series 
Fe 3 MSR RAK | TH EL 





30177 Republic Yuan Shih-kai silver Pattern “Plumed Hat - Hat 


Touches Rim” Dollar ND (1916) MS63 NGC, Tientsin mint, 
KM-Pn52, L&M-945, Kann-664a, WS-0096, Wenchao-1101 
(rarity 2 stars). Variety with tall plume on hat that nearly touches 
the rim. Struck to commemorate the elevation of Yuan Shih-kai as 
Emperor Hung-hsien. A fantastic rarity within the famed “Plumed 
Hat” series, and undoubtedly one of the most fiercely contested 
issues of Yuan Shih-kai, presented here in an astounding Choice 
Mint State condition and managing to stave off 9 of the other 10 
certified examples between NGC and PCGS, with just one ranking 
a point finer. Displaying the whirl of die polish lines in the fields 
characteristic of the type, this is an emission which seasoned col- 
lectors will recognize seldom becomes available at auction, with 
this same coin being the last that we can locate becoming avail- 
able, bringing $33,460 in our December 2016 Hong Kong sale. 
Ex. Heritage Auction #3050 (December 2016, Lot 37151); Ultima 
Collection 


LOIG#RH AVA AERA oR tR, [ee]. MS63 
NGC. 
Alga R.A FH EM, EDA RH OLA ER, TR 


EMRE. PUR AA RI, RUA MH SCH i - RA 
AACN A THE 1S1OF RHE ATM, 12 A ACF 


~ 7 


LR, ARADO. RC, BURT eae AER NK He 
ARNO re RoE Whe ED LIL, LEE OLR 
2016F12A WR eL, SHUA$33,460% tHE. 

WE: Ultima BHR 

Estimate: $30,000-$40,000 

Starting Bid: $15,000 





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Fantastic Plumed Hat Rarity in Gold 
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30178 Republic Yuan Shih-kai gold Specimen Pattern “Plumed Hat” 
Dollar ND (1916) SP64 PCGS, Nanjing mint, KM-Pn44, L&M- 
1114, Kann-1560, WS-0061, Wenchao-55 (rarity three stars). 
Struck to commemorate Yuan Shih-kai’s elevation as Emperor 
Hung-hsien. An absolutely phenomenal Republican rarity and the 
clear capstone to the incredibly complete selection of Plumed Hat 
series pieces presented in this sale, with the current example tied 
for the second finest certified at PCGS, the single higher speci- 
men grading MS64+ and none yet certified by NGC. Boasting 
noticeably clean surfaces showing next to no serious indications 
of handling and just a scattering of light copper spots, Wenchao 
discusses that two primary theories exist for the creation of this 
presentation striking, it being minted either for the President in 
preparation for his revival of the Empire in 1916, or otherwise 
struck by mischievous Nanjing mint workers in 1919. In either 
case it remains an issue which few can hope to attain at all, let 
alone in any sort of a meaningfully finer condition, with this 
being the first example of the type we have had the privilege to 
offer. 


19164F 3 tt BRE SE A BEE AC 70 Bt. SP64 PCGS. 
HR. DRREE, MORE IMR ST. HH 
AF LIN RID de, WR eA KA SE — AF Ht LAR RP RE 
ay — AK. PCGSABH ALF Fe —, ER —AKMS64+ 8 F 8 
i. NGCH Ayer a mY — A, HR HE, RR, BB 
7 Sl Se SR BHA HE Se ee Al cy eh: SC te Be HE Ht PG 
LOGE RET lS, Bie 191 94F Ae LA PS. Ratt 
ARAN TT FE LIK, ONE RR Ay — KEDAH SE, 
De a EZ fe eA BER RK. 

Estimate: $80,000-$100,000 

Starting Bid: $40,000 


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30179 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 8 (1919) MS63 NGC, 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-76. Boasting an admirable cartwheel effect 
over lightly patinated surfaces, just a couple of instances of darker 
toning at the back of Yuan Shih-Kai’s neck. An always-popular 
type, particularly when encountered in choice states of preserva- 
tion. 


FB/\4F 1919) SRS BSR, MS63 NGC. 

ee Be, CREA, CARPET. HORE RR RA 
TOs BS. BORN AA, RAR AK RE oh, 5 et A EE, 
Estimate: $4,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 





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30180 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 8 (1919) AU58 PCGS, 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-76. A lesser-seen date within the series, par- 
ticularly when located on the cusp of Mint State, with slightly 
mottled surfaces tones and a hint of die clashing on the reverse. 


RBL/\4F (1919) sett aR & ASR, AUS8 PCGS. 
HEAPS EE LD, REE MMAR RZ, ME 
SEBVL, HAR ALE RO 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 








30181 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 8 (1919) AU55 PCGS, 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-76. A lustrous example exhibiting only minute 
highpoint rub, fresh, argent surfaces, and just a hint of almond 
tone spread about the obverse and reverse faces. 


R/\4e (1919) Rett SRS BGR, AU55 PCGS. 
malty — ak, SRILA, HEA, PERK AE 


Req 
Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 
Starting Bid: $600 











30182 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 9 (1920) MS64 PCGS, 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-77. A distinctively difficult level at which to 
locate this issue, with a steep drop off at MS65 and above in both 
the NGC and PCGS census reports. Singularly toned in a some- 
what mottled fashion on the obverse, giving a noticeably fresh and 
chiseled finish to the design. 


REVAL (1920) RH BUR SASK. MS64 PCGS. | 

Pe BTR AS ABN EE, AIH > ay AT ee, NGCFHPCGSA FEAF 
HMSESAU TN RED Hh. LIB TL, IE RS EESER, 
ANE AEA WER, AIR RT — 3%. 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30183 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 9 (1920) MS62+ PCGS 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-77. Stunningly lustrous and thickly icy white 
throughout—undoubtedly marking this better series date as a 
general outlier for the type, quite on the edge of choice, and very 
likely conservatively graded. 


RBI 7L4E (1920) sett aR SSR. MS62+ PCGS. 

SOL PUAEIR, IEG Ie, BRR BL, AA 
a BA Fey Bid He BE A FR AG, 5 OE et, SE ae 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








30184 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 10 (1921) MS63 PCGS, 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-79. Choice, with ample luster expressed under- 
neath honey-brown tones. As a type, highly collectible in this 
condition. 


KE+4F 1921) sit SRS BlSRF. MS63 PCGS. 
HELD, ER EORZ PIE. ME LE, 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





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30185 Republic Hsu Shih-chang “Pavilion” Dollar Year 10 (1921) 


MS64 NGC, Tientsin mint, Kann-676, L&M-864, WS-0101. 
Reeded edge. Issued to commemorate the succession of Hsu 
Shih-chang to the office of President in 1918, and in celebration 
of his 67th birthday. A very select grade for this frequently poorly 
treated commemorative, with just 21 examples out of around 350 
seen between NGC and PCGS certifying finer, and even those 
only by one or two grade points. Featuring a nearly specimen 
finish that couples with a medallic level of production to leave 
utterly little wanting, it is difficult to imagine a much more pleas- 
ing representative. 


RET 1921) @He ke AALS, MS64 NGC. 
Rize Bi. ECE Mae S|. AC RH 19184 Ht 
EK, AR BNR OT RHE RMSE. BRARBRAABD i 
FB UBL 7a, Me hie TEL MARE, NGCRPCGSA PE SH3504 #, 
{8 OI BCEE UA AZ EB RL A. A SL 
Bar It, mA IAI ESR. 

Estimate: $20,000-$30,000 

Starting Bid: $10,000 





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30186 Republic Hsu Shih-chang “Pavilion” Dollar Year 10 (1921) 
MS62 NGC, Tientsin mint, Kann-676, L&M-864, WS-0101. 
Reeded edge. Issued to commemorate the succession of Hsu 
Shih-chang to the office of President in 1918, and in celebration 
of his 67th birthday. An important rarity in the Chinese Republic 
series, and sought after in all grades, this example exhibits lightly 
mottled toning over lustrous fields, the overall preservation defin- 
itively Mint State. The strike is sharp, with only a touch of rub 
visible to the very tip of Hsu Shih-chang’s nose and otherwise 
clean features that stand in sharp contrast against the lower-lying 


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DR A ee, (ERAN AASB He, SOE MR AF 

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ded 22 RH, ft ERB be, So Ha 

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Estimate: $15,000-$20,000 

Starting Bid: $7,500 


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Sharp Republic Military Dollar 
HH 2, BAY Fl FA 


30187 














Republic Tsao Kun Dollar ND (1923) MS64 ANACS, Tientsin 
mint, KM-K678, L&M-959, Kann-678, WS-0105. Variety depict- 
ing the president in military uniform. Produced during the short 
presidency of Tsao Kun before General Feng Yuxiang’s coup in 
1924. A very impressive grade for this one-year type, with only 18 
examples certified finer out of nearly 300 certified between NGC 
and PCGS combined, and just one out of those 18 ranking higher 
than an MS65. Boldly mirrored across both sides with alluring 
iridescent tone creeping in at the margins, hardly any of the usual 
flatness found atop the president’s nose or his mustache, and 
heavy die polish visible even without magnification. 


RB +—4F (1923) Bae ALA SRI, MS64 ANACS., 

Reem, Ke 19242E FRR HL ERS, EF Sie Fy BY Be 

(381 Bl Jk Sak, HA AEE 4, IO ai, ZENGC 

a PAHZ00K EH, WAR Be ANGCRPCCS4 e FEIQ HK 
fe] ee SR, BYIR 18 CP MEE BED BRMS65. ER ie L 
te, EARLE. Ke BB TGR T BD ORB A 

Es HL ABCAN 56 7A Ie] BL Bg, HEA. 

Estimate: $15,000-$25,000 

Starting Bid: $7,500 





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30188 Republic Tsao Kun Dollar ND (1923) UNC Details (Obverse Graffiti, Reverse Spot Removed) NGC, Tientsin mint, Kann-677, L&M-958, 
WS-0104. Civilian dress variety. A classically medallic issue that benefits from a strong strike and only the most minimal evidence of softness 
on the tip of Tsao Kun’s nose and the highest points of his moustache. Despite scattered hairlines, the surfaces continue to possess a glassy 
specimen-like luster that proves deeply captivating. 


19234F SHR RIK We at ALR, UNC Details (Obverse Graffiti, Reverse Spot Removed) NGC. . 

Ae R. XE. MRNA, STAI, ESS RERA RAT me, BRIAR, RAC ts, PEL, SE RG]. 
Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 





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Phenomenal Dragon & Phoenix Dollar - Tied for the Finest Certified 
ma |AF HK fee Bl 


30189 











Republic silver Pattern “Dragon & Phoenix” Dollar Year 12 
(1923) MS67 PCGS, Tientsin mint, KM-Y336.1, L&M-80, Kann- 
680a, WS-0113, Wenchao-884 (rarity 2 stars). Large characters 
variety. Utterly fantastic—simply a perfect confluence of rarity 
and condition combining the finest certified grade at both NGC 
and PCGS with the most elusive of the two principle varieties 
of this type. Meaningfully unimprovable, the surfaces appear 
immaculate and icy white with booming cartwheel luster from 
all angles, and a light mottling of russet tone. While providing 
an estimate on such a phenomenal example of such an iconic 
issue is necessarily pure speculation, we note that an MS66 in 
Spring 2018 brought an astonishing 690,000 Renminbi (roughly 
$100,000) in a Chinese auction. 


i Ae (1923) HA SBR. [ASIII . MS67 


KEW. OREO 2. AEM. BOWER, HAE. 7 
NGCRPCGSA FZ ho RAERA KG, WA BA A 
PURSE E ELAM PAZERA RANE 
filo Se ABCHE TH BEN 50 FEI, SRIE II, AE A EY] A ER 
Be 6, FFU aR A LEE, 2018S FARA —KMS664 WB 
¥, Bete 690,000A Rit (4 100,000K 70) o ME FLD AE 
TSE EY 50 Rik SEE te, ERAS 

Estimate: $200,000-$250,000 

Reserve: $160,000 





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30190 Republic silver Pattern “Dragon & Phoenix” Dollar Year 12 (1923) AU Details (Cleaning) PCGS, Tientsin mint, KM-Y336, L&M-81, 


Kann-680, WS-0114, Wenchao-885 (rarity 2 stars). Small characters in “Yuan” variety. Perhaps one of the most charming, if ultimately unadopt- 
ed, dollar designs of the young Republic, erroneously ascribed by Kann to Pu Yi’s wedding. In fact, the dragon and phoenix emblem was created 
in response to the general opinion that Yuan Shih-kai had betrayed the Republic and attempted to reinstitute a monarchy, with Chinese nationals 
calling for a new design that discarded the more imperial portrait. Despite the unfortunate cleaning, the obverse appears to retain a high degree of 
originality and a distinctively mirror-like quality to the surfaces, lending a great deal of eye appeal to this always popular issue. 


RB += (1923) HEA Bloke [/) hk). AU Details (Cleaning) PCGS. 7 

Rig. YR EA RS BAER, RE BL aR aR Ay TE PRR A ALS, SR eee Ap IL eS OB A a eG 
i, EVAL IR AL BO EA IA RR RARE A, oA ABE IA, EY SR, A a 
Bl ead set EE aI, EMR RR, SW NR, RS] A. KM RE, HP BUCY Bae Hl 
SRE oH BY BE LH TR Ho 

Estimate: $10,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 





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Borderline Gem Republican Rarity 
FE Si il un ER Fi RA ER AL RS 


30191 











Republic Tuan Chi-jui Dollar ND (1924) MS64+ NGC, 
Tientsin mint, L&M-865, Kann-683. A memorable representative 
of this fleeting type, possessed of an almost medallic feel in hand 
- aconsequence of an exacting strike that leaves all central details 
in high relief over the fields surrounding. This initial impression 
is confirmed upon magnified examination, with even Tuan Chi- 
jui’s facial, eyes, and other minute features rendered to precise 
calculation. A handful of minor disturbances to the obverse left of 
the bust establish the grade, though it may be said that, at worst, 
these prove only minorly distracting. A commendable selection, 
and, with its MS64 “Plus” certification, the finest example of this 
recognized republican rarity that we have offered to-date. 


192446 Bet Sia RIA BOCAS, MS64+ NGC. | 

Fie He Ho FOF RAL, ALN BT, SALVA RA, SL 
He SOE eT, AEE, Ba, BR Le 
pease, MOM T 56. ER EL BO, Fe 
A. JE BRR 23 EY stata BEAD ter ak BA, ME SAT, EE 
He RAR AL. HC el BH BE IH oe TH oe TE AK Ae BED HB 
Fad, FARE 

Estimate: $20,000-$30,000 

Starting Bid: $10,000 


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30192 Republic Tuan Chi-jui Dollar ND (1924) MS62 PCGS, Tientsin 





mint, L&M-865, Kann-683. Commemorating the peaceful uni- 
fication of China. Visually unique, with midnight tones laid 
over the majority of the obverse and lower parts of the reverse 
surfaces, hints of blue and fuchsia held within these expanses and 
contrasting against surrounding silvery brilliance. To complete 
the appeal, a firm strike yields ample and expressive detail. 


192445 FR psig (REC AL AS, MS62 PCGS. 

AEM. TR BSS oy EM RR, WR 
LL A AG EAL Bt Sin BOE Aa AE BEE BACHE AN HF 3 BL BIT FB Wee 
HATE, BEEN, ON Re Eee 
Sg (007, JE] Se Bl OR FR RY BE FOR AT el, BLE FY RI 
FRR tL, FURR EN Se An Bh et ENTE 

Estimate: $7,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $3,500 


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30193 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Upper Five-Pointed Stars/No 


Dot Below Ear” Memento Dollar ND (1927) MS63 NGC, 
KM-Y318.1 var. (1912; dot below ear), L&M-48 (1928), Kann- 
600, WS-0158 var. (1927; dot below ear), Wencho-891 var. 
(1927; same) Five-Pointed upper stars variety without dot below 
ear. Founding of the Republic commemorative. A very diffi- 
cult type to procure in choice grades, and almost entirely free 
of the usual striking uneveness that plagues the series, with a 
faintly golden luster and fine die polish still observable in the 
fields. Interestingly unrecorded as a subvariety in the ///ustrated 
Catalogue of Chinese Gold & Silver Coins or Dong Wenchao’s An 
Overview of China's Gold & Silver Coins of Past Ages. 


1927 FR RTA LAE “i = El, MS63 NGC. 

ELE, HERA. RAAB or. FI SMG, eA 
Be AA ADH A ARR, RIE AT UA A BURR 
HELE PETRA, LHR, AMINE, EC 
Ai SRE ER SE Sok) BOE OC BY CHF TB JER Ra RE a) 
BC RL UE 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 





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30195 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Memento” Dollar ND (1927) MS64+ 


30194 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Upper Five-Pointed Stars/Dot Below 
NGC KM-Y318a.1, L&M-49. Six-pointed stars type. A remark- 


Ear” Memento Dollar ND (1927) AUS58 NGC, KM-Y318.1 
(1912), L&M-48 (1928), Kann-600b, WS-0158 (1927), Wenchao- 
891 (rarity 2 stars; same). Five-Pointed upper stars variety with 
dot below ear. Founding of the Republic commemorative. Among 
the rarest of the myriad “Memento” dollar varieties, seen here 
with a laudably full strike that expresses only the slightest soft- 
ness towards the centers. Despite debate and disagreement over 
the dating the the issue—with both Lin and Ma and NGC dating 
the issue to 1928, while the Standard Catalog of World Coins 
and PCGS place it at 1912—more modern scholarship points to 
1927 as the date of production, coinciding with the 16th anniver- 
sary of the People’s Republic, and also marking the first usage of 
the “Memento” legend on the coins prior to the adoption of the 
6-pointed stars design later the same year. 


Rg Miata i El AU58 NGC. 

LEE, HEAR. CREM RIL, AMS ALR AD 
Ha PD a aK, SEIT IRA, AW Bh RL, (iE oP ke BEV BE F, Hh 
ANKE AF LE A Fa - CH A SR Bake 
RB fe) PE RHA. 7B HV EUR ENGC #0 AR BMT 
H]A19284, Th CH LN a Oe Ae) sa oa wis 
19124, PE SHAK XE RE CBT OMe 1927, Hee 
3 BRIG WS, EUR ERS. 
Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





ably alluring and pristine example for a type that can often hardly 
be said to be so, with a darkly mottled surface patina silhouetting 
icy white centers that are positively awash with brilliant cart- 
wheel luster. Certainly in the upper percentile of certified pieces, 
and rarely seen more attractive. 


L927 34 wh FR Be Bl ALAS aie, oe NGC. 

fi Ei BOR, BR > >, BEELIR GM Bae IE 
i ee wy, We, + HEME IE I, Ee G¥e. Cee ee AK. 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 
No Minimum Bid 








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30196 Republic Sun Yat-sen “Birds over Junk” Dollar Year 21 


(1932) MS64 PCGS, KM-Y344, L&M-108, Kann-622. 
Easily the most popular circulating type from the Junk dollar 
series, and one which comes highly sought-after in all condi- 
tions, with this design only produced for a single year due to 
the image of the rising sun seeming to cast the reverse seen 
as one of Japanese invasion. Exhibiting pearly white surfac- 
es and only scattered evidence of contact, the coin on offer is 
a fully covetable representative of this first-year of issue. 
From the Storck Collection 


KA—t—F (1932) AP Re BSR, = hy. MS64 PCGS, 
AMAA LEM BAL, REE Ge, LOM 
EE. CLIN el Ee Ce 
A ED RGRE GA, TEE, WOR, AEE. OW 
EH}: Storck i 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 





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Republic Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollar Year 22 (1933) MS64 
NGC, KM-Y345, L&M-109. A considerable conditional rarity for 
the issue and very near gem, with just over 40 out of over 8000 
examples of the date certified between NGC and PCGS combined 
ranking finer. 


RE —+—4 (1933) 44 lhe BR, MS64 NGC. 

th ID eM, HADI. NGCRPCGS@A Fas 348000 
BH, RA AAO BLL EN, AEN — Bo 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








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Republic Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollar Year 22 (1933) MS63 
NGC, KM-Y345, L&M-109. Immensely lustrous and decorated in 
interspersed silver and sunset hues, with decidedly less “chatter” 
than is often seen on the lower part of Sun Yat-sen’s bust and the 
lower waves of the reverse. 


RE —+—4F (1933) 4+ iba e Ws, MS63 NGC. 
AGLGLE, HERRMECAREREY, EWA LRRD 
BA TUR EBS IRE ER 

Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $600 





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30199 Republic Sun Yat-sen copper Obverse & Reverse Uniface 


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Specimen Patterns for “Junk” Dollar Year 23 (1934) SP64 
Brown PCGS, cf. KM-Pn139 (for standard copper pattern), 
Kann-624x (same), L&M-Unl. A very rare and apparently unpub- 
lished pair of off-metal obverse and reverse trials, only a small 
handful of which have appeared at auction, with the set seen here 
being tied for the finest certified for both the obverse and reverse 
within the PCGS census. The blank side of each piece features 
bold centric die striations, each trial appearing rather glossy and 
darkly patinated with lightened cupric toning accents at the raised 
features. This is only the second such set we have offered, the last, 
certified SP62 Brown, bringing $9300. (Total: 2 coins) 


RB—T=4 (1934) AP Re AR EL. Pe BR, 
—# Hc. SP64 Brown PCGS. 

— abe SRL AAT EAS BEF poets M4 ey LH BY 
PIF SRE, AKAM Nie — AG a iE BY oe 48 24 Ay PCGS HR 
SHZ gC. WS AMAAR AA, UTA. RY 
TAP IGI, VR UG se 6 LE RG BE, aaa Se. UL A ht Bl 48 BY 
BB, = BGEASP62 Brown b49, 300% TUK. 

Estimate: $8,000-$12,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 








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Republic Tsao Kun silver “Inauguration” Medal ND (1923) 
AU, Barac-149, KM-X1231, Kann-Plate 189, L&¢M-960, WS-0106. 
36mm. 30.30gm. Plain edge. With suspension and (likely later) 
ribbon. A notably rare medal produced for Tsao Kun’s inaugu- 
ration as President of the Republic, exhibiting only the lightest 
degree of rub on the highest points of the design and a soft lilac 
tone. More frequently seen with the suspension removed, and 
thus quite pleasing to find in its original state, though the ribbon 
is likely a later replacement (Barac indicates the colors should be 
black, white, blue, yellow, and red). Sold with padded bamboo 
case. 


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Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 
Starting Bid: $1,500 





30201 





Republic Private Issue gold Bar of 1 Tael ND AU, KM-X Unl. 
26x12mm. 31.22gm. Stamped in two columns, the left reading: 
“Fu Xia Chi” (Fine Gold), and the right reading: “Tian Chang 
Xiang” (bank name). An attractively produced bullion bar with 
well-stamped features and only light evidence of handling. 


RM CASH BI EMA AU, 
26x12 *K. 031.22%. LEERY lem] Bt mie KI 
REG) RAIMIAH. SEIDEN Stk, RANE, RA 
HEIR 0 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





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30202 Republic gold Central Mint Bar of 10 Mace (Tael) ND (1945) 


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AU, cf. L&M-1075 (different design, lighter weight). 26x13mm. 
31.38gm. Seemingly a much rarer weight for this Central Mint 
gold bar than the more plentiful 1/2 Taels, with this being the first 
such example we have seen. 


19454 RBI Rie ah il SK. AUS 

26x13%,K. 231.3856. AH BJSOG12., ENA RSE RED Se, 
PEAKE RHEMSNE, SREB MAA. BA 
EKA. WL a, BEALE. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 


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30203 Republic gold Central Mint Bar of 5 Taels ND (1945) MS61 


PCGS, L&M-1072. 70x30mm. 156.21gm. Stamped with the bust 
of Sun Yat-sen and a depiction of an ancient spade coin (the mark 
of the Central Mint) on one side, and the weight, fineness, and 
serial number CD 21318 on the other side. A remarkably fleeting 
large-size gold bar from this Central Mint series of enormously 
greater scarcity than the frequently seen 5 Mace (1/2 Tael bars). 
In recent years, we’ve been able to find only one other example 
coming to auction. Of great rarity as such, and sure to garner 
ample bidder attention. Mislabeled on the holder as a Taiwanese 
bank issue. 


194526 Fo Bd He ie AH el TY A HR. MS61 PCGS. 
70x30%*, £156.21%. EMNRAPUALK RR REE 
RABRE, FOE LA PERIPAR, REM MEE, BR 
FR EL HH ee HEE AB BY A A ie RL, SE a ee LSB AE 
MEEKES. KER, IVER K, PEIRAERY 
HiER. PMAB LRA RK. 

Estimate: $15,000-$20,000 

Reserve: $13,000 








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30204 People’s Republic silver Proof Piefort “Year of the Child” 35 
Yuan 1979 PR69 Cameo NGC, Shanghai mint, KM-P1, CC-6B. 
Mintage: 2,000. An incredible modern rarity of the Chinese 
series, imbued with stunning night-and-day contrasts between 
the fields and devices that very nearly seem to warrant an Ultra 
Cameo designation, if not for a somewhat light frost over the 
obverse features. To-date, NGC has awarded no examples of this 
type with technical perfection, marking this as nearly the finest 
that the potential bidder can hope to achieve. Sold with COA. 


1979 RG A BR BS 5 7c Ee RI, PR69 Cameo 
NGC, 

Live WER. BAT 20008. SAN RRA PB BLA HZ 
—, KRPEXZAM ORT, WEA, 
fel tx WT We REE RE (Ultra Cameo) Fm. 2471, NGC 
sina dra ie EAA Ae AY — HG 
Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 


















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30205 People’s Republic silver Proof “Three Heroes Swear 
Brotherhood” 50 Yuan (5 0z) 1995 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, 
Shanghai mint, KM852, Cheng-pg. 186, 1, CC-791. Mintage: 
504. Romance of the Three Kingdoms - Series I. Only the third 
example of this very low mintage commemorative that we have 
been able to locate coming to auction in recent years, appearing 
nearly immaculate with deeply mirrored surfaces. Sold with the 
original case of issue and COA #307. 


1905# (=Myxx - kM HAA) SOT MMR OFA) 
>» PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

EYEE AE BT 504i. Fil> WY on TE, HC UAE = 
Mo MITA TS, RAAB R, BRAS eS ue. 
Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 








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Potentially Unique Unadopted Brass Marco Polo Pattern 
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30206 








People’s Republic brass Proof Pattern “Marco Polo” 100 Yuan 
1982 PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shenyang mint, KM-Unl. (cf. 
KM-Pn2 for 1983 gilt-bronze pattern), Cheng-Unl., CC-Unl., 
Zhengwen, “A Study of Marco Polo Gold and Silver Sample 
Coins”, pg. 117 (this coin illustrated). 23mm. 6.1gm. Illustrating 
the Jiayu Pass in the Great Wall. Perhaps one of the rarest pattern 
issues of the early modern Chinese series and very likely unique. 
In 1982, work began on designing a new commemorative for the 
100 Yuan coin, with three different patterns produced prior to the 
final adopted design in 1983. The first of these patterns, illus- 
trated in the [//ustrated Catalog of Shenyang Mint, featured an 
extended view of the Great Wall in the background of the obverse, 
while the wave design did not extend below an exergal line above 
the denomination on the reverse. The subsequent pattern, seen 
here, removed the design of the Great Wall on mountains from the 
obverse, with the wall surrounding the Jiayu Pass extending into 
the outer border, and extended the waves over the denomination 
on the reverse. On the final pattern series, the wall surrounding 
the Jiayu Pass no longer extended into the outer border, the date 
was appropriately changed to 1983, and size of the denomina- 
tion was enlarged. This still differed from the adopted design, 
which shifted the angle of the pass, enlarged the text above it, and 
shifted the date from below to above the scene. 


Serving as the illustration piece for the second pattern type 
described in Zhang Zhengwen’s article on the coinage, the present 
offering may well be the only such pattern in private hands, and 
certainly represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the 
potential bidder to add this specimen to their collection before it 
disappears from the market for many years to come. 


19824 | R$ | 1007 Rest. PR68 Ultra Cameo 
NGC. 
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, PC Be, ARSE, Rk Se. 
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FE LOE AN HBL, FAA EERE HTL 

Estimate: $100,000-$150,000 

Starting Bid: $50,000 








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30207 People’s Republic gold Proof “Fu, Lu, & Shu” 100 Yuan 1993 


PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM508, Fr-75, Cheng pg. 136, 2. Yin 
& Yang - Series II. Mintage: 888 (planned). A nearly perfect 
example of this modern Chinese rarity whose strike displays 
pinpoint accuracy to the smallest detail, this feature bolstered 
by a rich cameo contrast that yields sharp definition across the 
devices. Struck in a planned mintage of “8’’s due to that number’s 
association with good luck. 


19934F | #K El | LOO TULA HF. PR6O Ultra Cameo NGC. 
ile ARO ERM — AF. HST ESSSH. BATE 
TETRA BRAD de, CS LS 7. UA 
TG, FPR SR AE. BT ea )\, Wee. 

Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 


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People’s Republic 4-Piece Uncertified gold “30th Anniversary 
of the People’s Republic” 400 Yuan Proof Set 1979, 

1) “Mao Memorial Hall” 400 Yuan, KM6 

2) “Hall of the People” 400 Yuan, KM7 

3) “Heroes Monument” 400 Yuan, KM5 

4) “Tiananmen Square” 400 Yuan, KM4 


KM-PSI. A lightly handled commemorative Proof set housed in 
the original mint capsules. Sold with wooden case of issue and 
COA #05215. AGW 2.0 oz. 


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Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





30209 





People’s Republic gold Proof “Year of the Child” 450 Yuan 
1979 PR69 Cameo NGC, KM49, Fr-5. Estimated Mintage: 12,000. 
Bordering on perfect preservation, with clear mirror fields and 
the added appeal of a noteworthy cameo contrast. 


1L97O#MA AAR Ee 45008 2 4. PR69 Cameo 
NGC. 

BAT 2 12,0008. mtb eR, SE HF, QAR IB OCH AE 
ERR. 

Estimate: $1,200-$1,600 

Starting Bid: $600 





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Coveted Chinese Dragon Boat - One of 3 Certified at PCGS 
PCGSeR FEI SACZ 1 - FR ACEY TRE ATIEL | 


30210 








People’s Republic gold Proof “Ancient Dragon Boat” 500 
Yuan (5 0z) 1995 PR69 Deep Cameo PCGS, Shenyang mint, 
KM-A823, Fr-124, Cheng-pg. 177, 1, CC-804. Numbered 97 on 
the edge. An extraordinary specimen ranking easily as one of the 
rarest and most highly desirable modern Chinese coin types, with 
just three examples seen to-date by PCGS and no specimens— 
either there or at NGC—having yet been awarded with technical 
perfection. Nevertheless, the present offering 1s virtually immac- 
ulate, with deeply mirrored fields perfectly set against the richly 
expressed devices, each detail picked out by frost in razor-sharp 
definition. While sources seem to disagree on whether the final 
mintage figure for the issue was 99 or 104 examples struck, in 
either case this coin stands near the terminus of minted speci- 
mens, certainly adding another degree of allure for potential 
bidders. The coin is sold with its Franklin mint case and COA. 


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Cameo PCGS. a 
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bea fe BA, BE ee LH Pe AE Ro Te Soe HCE Ay 997K BIO AK 
J Ay BGR GE AL, (LAR cit HO AT, UE AB AREA TEE BY 2 Tey RE HBL, 
HE sete JRE ea | A. BUR he ae 
SRE, MAME sea. 

Estimate: $70,000-$90,000 

Starting Bid: $35,000 


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30211 People’s Republic gold Proof “Beijing Olympics - Martial 


Arts” 2000 Yuan (5 0z) 2008 PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, 
KM1850, Cheng-pg. 368, 3 (under 2007), CC-1590 (same). 
Mintage: 2,008. Series II. A lesser-seen commemorative on the 
market, with this being the only example we have offered since 
2015, and no others appearing to have come to auction since. 


2008 | #29 a4 RR - BRAN | 200008 Rae 
(5##]) , PR7O Ultra Cameo NGC. . . 

BAT 82,0087. F296 RAK iE HSH — AF. Hy LBD 

FUN ALAS, 22 eA 2015 4F Bee EE te UR KES. 

Estimate: $7,800-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,900 








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30212 People’s Republic 2-Piece Certified gold & silver “1911 
Revolution” Yuan Proof Set 1991 Deep Cameo PCGS, 
1) silver 10 Yuan - PR68, KM383. Mintage: 2,500 
2) gold 100 Yuan - PR69, KM385. Mintage: 2,500. AGW 0.2535 
OZ. 


An elusive pair of commemoratives celebrating the 80th 
Anniversary of the 1911 Xinhai Revolution, both depicting the 
iconic Republican figure Sun Yat-sen, displaying not a trace of 
haze or spotting, and lesser seen on the market. Comes with the 
mint presentation case and two COAs, both numbered 2286. 
(Total: 2 coins) 


1991 (FAB A\TAFAR | MSs, —A Wt. Deep 
Cameo PCGS. 

1) 10704" - PR68 Deep Cameo PCGS. 447% 2,500 

2) 1007.4 ** - PR69 Deep Cameo PCGS. #47 #2,500. # 
4 0.25352 #7], 


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DE BY AAFP il, Bae A ARE BERL, Ty Lae EA. 
Mt 7a De FP aE, HY Ai HZ AV2286., 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 





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Incredibly Elusive Inventions & Discoveries Set - The First We Have Seen 


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30213 People’s Republic 2-Piece Certified gold & silver “Yin & Yang Philosophy” Proof Set 1993 Ultra Cameo NGC, 


1) silver 50 Yuan (5 02) - PR68, KM507, Cheng-pg. 136, 1, CC-478. Mintage: 1000. 
2) gold 500 Yuan (5 oz) - PR69, KM509, Cheng-pg. 137, 1, CC-474. Mintage: 99. 


Shenyang mint. Inventions & Discoveries - Series I]. An extremely rare Proof set that 1s simply never encountered on the market, with examples 
of the silver 50 Yuan seldom becoming available, and the 500 Yuan proving even more elusive—we have not been able to locate a single example 
coming to auction in the past 15 years. Each piece is rather lavishly struck and preserved, neither type having yet been awarded with the coveted 
PR70 designation in the NGC census, and the 500 Yuan tied for the finest certified by that company. We note that that while the mintage figures 
in both the Standard Catalog of World Coins and on the Certificate of Authenticity for the 50 Yuan state that 1000 pieces were struck, the Gold & 
Silver Coins of China Standard Catalogue maintains that only 803 were actually struck. The set comes sold with its original wooden presentation 
case and COA’s numbered 491 and 45, respectively. (Total: 2 coins) 


199346 [BU RAL RL - AL] A SRI, — A 4K. Ultra Cameo NGC. 
1) 50704RE (5 #5) - PROS 44721000. 
2) 50074 (5 ##]) - PROD B77 B99. 


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BMRB S808%., BARMARKE-BWE, BSR A 4919045, 

Estimate: $50,000-$70,000 

Starting Bid: $25,000 





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30214 People’s Republic Pair of Certified gold & silver “Return to China” Multiple Yuan Issues PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, 
1) “Hong Kong’s Return - One Country, Two Systems” 10 Yuan 1995, KM815. Hong Kong Series I. 
2) gold “Macau’s Return to China - One Country, Two Systems” 50 Yuan 1997, KM1049. Mintage: 11,800. Macau Series I. 


Each coin is sold with original COA - 10 Yuan (COA #0027462), 50 Yuan (COA #02116) - and certified at the near-peak of preservation. (Total: 2 
coins) 


1995 KR 1997 ITE Br ALS | FAIS SR, — ALP. PR6Q Ultra Cameo NGC. 
1) 19954% |r yés El bral BB) — BP ll | LO TSR - Ave El Be AF 
2) 1997 4F IR PATEL br EL) — BOP il | SO 7G HE - B47 11,8007. PTE Be 3 — AAI. 


BPM aH , Aa HEHOO2ZT462 (1O7GSRHE). #02116 (5070448). ABER TEAR RE EE TIA, 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 
No Minimum Bid 





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30215 People’s Republic 6-Piece Certified gold & colorized silver “Beijing Olympics” Yuan Proof Set 2008 PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, 
1) silver “Goat Jumping” 10 Yuan, KM1703 
2) silver “Kite Flying” 10 Yuan, KM1702 
3) silver “Shuttlecock” 10 Yuan, KM1705 
4) silver “Hoop Rolling” 10 Yuan, KM1704 
5) gold “Equestrian” 150 Yuan, KM1700 
6) gold “Archery” 150 Yuan, KM1701 


A complete set of Series I commemoratives, each sold with its original COA of issue. Total AGW 0.66 oz. (Total: 6 coins) 


20084 | #29 /B 4b ee | RAI ESR, —BN#c. PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC. 
1) TBE) LOTT ARIE, 
2) (Hk S| LOTTE, 
3) [HRA] 10704, 
A) [yest | 1O7C4aR Me, 
5) [B44] 150 wa, 
6) Tatar) 1507044, 


ARMM ATS, MRE, Moo EAO6CR A. 


Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 
Starting Bid: $500 


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30216 People’s Republic 6-Piece Uncertified gold & colorized silver 


“Beijing Olympics” Yuan Proof Set 2008, 
1) silver “Lion Dances” 10 Yuan, KM1844 
2) silver “Peking Opera” 10 Yuan, KM1846 
3) silver “Big Bowl Tea” 10 Yuan, KM1843 
4) silver “Yangge Dance” 10 Yuan, KM1845 
5) gold “Equestrian” 150 Yuan, KM1700 

6) gold “Archery” 150 Yuan, KM1701 


A set combining Series III silver with Series I gold commemora- 
tives, presented here with the wooden case of issue and 2 COAs 
numbered 58991 (for gold) and 4 COAs numbered 137947 (for 
silver). Although the present set combines coins of two different 
series, our research suggests several such mixed sets were issued 
by the mint. Total AGW 0.66 oz. (Total: 6 coins) 


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Estimate: $900-$1,100 
No Minimum Bid 





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30217 People’s Republic 4-Piece Certified silver Proof “Temple” 


Medal Set 1984 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) “Songyue Temple” Mint Medal - PR69 

2) “Yingxian Wooden Temple” Mint Medal - PR69 
3) “Zhenjue Temple” Mint Medal - PR69 

4) “Kaiyuan Temple” Mint Medal - PR68 


A high-grade set of medals showcasing Chinese temples, all dis- 
playing a sharp cameo contrast. (Total: 4 coins) 


L984 (PRM EBAA | HPRARRSA, —BOK. Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

1) [HBS ete 4 GRE - PROQ:; 

2) [Ware RAGE Re - PREO: 

3) [ALAS ll BA | GRE - PROO: 

A) [Wake Mb 70=F 24 | SRE - PROB; 


Ty PaaS BY — Ae, er 2 SL I ALL, 
Estimate: $1,400-$1,800 
Starting Bid: $700 








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PEACOCK ISSUES 


DRAGON & PHOENIX ISSUES 





30218 People’s Republic 2-Piece Certified gold & silver “Dragon & 





Phoenix” Proof Set 1990 PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC, 


1) silver 20 Yuan (2 0z), KM318, Cheng-pg. 88, 5, CC-289A. 
Mintage: 5,000. Date variety 2. 

2) gold 200 Yuan (2 0z), KM320, Cheng-pg. 88, 2, CC-288B. 
Mintage: 2,500. Low date variety. 


Shenyang mint. A fleeting and highly coveted Proof pair that 
appears virtually unimprovable. (Total: 2 coins) 


LO9DOF [HM ER) BHRSRR, —AW A. PROS Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

20 708K (2a =] ) BAT ES,000K. FH K 

2)200 74 (222 F)) AIT B2,5004K. (RAE HK. 


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Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 
Starting Bid: $3,000 





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30219 People’s Republic silver Proof “Peacock” 50 Yuan (5 0z) 1993, 


KM597, Cheng-pg. 140, 2, CC-545. Mintage: 891. An effortlessly 
flawless specimen of this very low mintage peacock type, hard 
mirrors set against generously frosted devices in a magnificent 
display. Still preserved in the original mint vinyl, the present lot 
comes with its original case of issue and COA #822. 


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GAEL KEE, ELEM —K, ANBAR. BOE 
SCRIBE ALANS, OME a ML (ye Ete RI 
+, ae, Aa 822. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $750 








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Extremely Rare “Peacock” Variant 


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30220 People’s Republic silver Proof “Devices Near to Rim” Peacock 


150 Yuan (20 oz) 1993 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shanghai 
mint, cf. KM599, Cheng-pg 140, 1, CC-546B (mintage unlisted). 
Devices near to rim variety. An exceptional and nearly flawless 
example of this important variant of the “Peacock” 150 Yuan, 
exhibiting devices aligned directly against the rim of the obverse. 
Though this particular design feature is standard for the 10 Yuan 
and 50 Yuan issues of the same year, the regular 150 Yuan dis- 
plays a clear border around the outermost obverse features, a 
characteristic that one will immediately notice to be missing in 
the present example. We note that the offering, a tremendous 
rarity of Chinese numismatics, was previously certified by NGC 
in 2017 as part of the Hercules Collection of Modern Chinese 
Coins, a collection which NGC has described as “One of the most 
important collections of Chinese modern coins ever assembled”, 
and one which included “a high grade example of virtually every 
non-circulating modern coin issued by China since 1979”. Only 
two examples of this important variant have been certified by 
NGC to-date, and none have come to auction until now, render- 
ing it leagues rarer than its “devices far from rim” standard issue 
counterpart, and ensuring that whoever’s collection it enters will 
be graced by an indisputable giant of modern Chinese coinage. 
With all likelihood, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. 

Ex. Hercules Collection of Modern Chinese Coins 


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30221 People’s Republic gold Proof Peacock 500 Yuan (5 oz) 1993 


PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shanghai mint, KM600, Cheng- 
pg. 139, 2, CC-542. Mintage: 102. Only the second example of 
this major series rarity we have handled, and only the third that 
we have been able to locate coming to auction in recent years. 
Standing as the second largest denomination in the gold peacock 
series, just behind the virtually unattainable 1500 Yuan, this 
splendid 500 Yuan features an exceptional cameo contrast, with 
only some minor copper spotting likely precluding a higher tech- 
nical grade; of the just 29 pieces seen to-date by NGC none have 
yet been awarded with technical perfection. The present offering 
comes with its original case of issue and COA #56, and is corre- 
spondingly stamped with the same serial number on the edge. 


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Cameo NGC, _ 
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Hey TL 2 WE A FHP EY 5s — KA, 1B OK TA RP ARK AB BEN 1500 
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ion PRR tl SLE ER Ey Wa Ay IL, NGC REP I29MK, IATL 
I — REP ARAKR, PEERS E, M56, BEN 
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Estimate: $40,000-$50,000 

Starting Bid: $20,000 


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UNICORN ISSUES 








30222 People’s Republic gold Proof Unicorn 100 Yuan (1 0z) 1994 


PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shenyang mint, KM682, PAN-NPB 
4A, CC-591. Mintage: 1,108. A fully covetable issue within both 
the modern Chinese series the Unicorn series alike, with this 
being the scarce first-year-of-issue for the type. Standing as one 
of just three technically perfect specimens out of 346 certified by 
NGC to-date, it further exists as a clear outlier for any collector 
of the modern Chinese issues, with PR70 representatives of most 
gold types outside of the vast Panda emissions proving exceed- 
ingly scarce. 


19944 BLE A 7) 100 70 te C1 at Bl) . PR7O Ultra Cameo 
NGG, 

eye RK. BAT 1,108 7%. RRA BR EB, Bh 
A BAT EA. BSAFNGCH 34674 +, RAE BOAR 
fe eR, Were —. FRA RR GE DAH IN a SR AE FE PR7OA WY 
WE — CHER, BCE TG Bd a HY ae PE EE. 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,500 

Starting Bid: $1,250 





30223 





People’s Republic gold Proof Unicorn 100 Yuan (1 0z) 1994 
PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shenyang mint, KM682, PAN-NPB 
4A, CC-591. Mintage: 1,108. The notably scarce and highly desir- 
able first year for the type, starkly cameoed and near flawless, 
with just a scattering of copper spots to bound the designation. 


199.4 45 fit i A | 1OO 7c Se (1H =) . PR6S Ultra Cameo 
NCE; 

Ye a BT 1108 AR. ABA PIN EBT Ee, the 
At /> MT, ERB RARE T, SPARE, (BaD Boe 
BRIE DS, FRR PRAT. 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,500 

Starting Bid: $1,250 











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30224 People’s Republic silver Proof Unicorn 150 Yuan (20 oz) 1994 


PR67 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shenyang mint, KM683, Cheng- 
pg. 156, 1, PAN-NPB 3A, CC-602A. 100mm. Curl left variety. 
Mintage: 500. Certainly edging on technical perfection with 
expansive, mirrorlike surfaces and thickly frosted designs. A few 
small toning spots are noted around 6 o’clock on the reverse rim. 


1994 4 REA F150 70H 2 RE (202 4) . PR67 Ultra 
Cameo NGC, = . 

Ye ye eK. 100Z XK. BAT B500%K. See BON Bie, FED JER AL 
on PRA, We i 8 ee Ue BE Ee a IE Ne A RY 
Ya O° 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 


Starting Bid: $1,000 


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People’s Republic 12-Piece Uncertified gold, silver & plati- 
num Unicorn Colossal Proof Set 1995, 

1) gold 5 Yuan (1/20 0z), KM794, PAN-NPB 25A. Mintage: 
20,000. 

2) silver 10 Yuan (1 0z), KM795, PAN-NPB 24A. Mintage: 
8,000. 

3) gold 10 Yuan (1/10 0z), KM796, PAN-NPB 23A. Mintage: 
5,000. 

4) bi-metallic gold & silver 25 Yuan (1/4 oz AU, 1/8 oz AR), 
KM797, PAN-NPB 22A. Mintage: 2,000. 

5) gold 25 Yuan (1/4 0z), KM798, PAN-NPB 21A. Mintage: 
5,000. 

6) silver 50 Yuan (5 0z), KM800, PAN-NPB 20A. Mintage: 
1,500. 

7) gold 50 Yuan (1/2 0z), KM801, PAN-NPB 18A. Mintage: 
1,250. 

8) platinum 50 Yuan (1/2 0z), KM793, PAN-NPB 19A. Mintage: 
L015, 

9) silver 100 Yuan (12 0z), KM802, PAN-NPB 17A, CC-747A. 
Mintage: 1,500. Large characters variety. 

10) gold 100 Yuan (1 0z), KM803, PAN-NPB 16A. Mintage: 504. 
11) silver 150 Yuan (20 0z), KM804, PAN-NPB 15A. Mintage: 
500. 

12) gold 500 Yuan (5 0z), KM805, PAN-NPB 14A. Mintage: 99. 


Shenyang mint, CC-737-748. Mintage: 25 sets. An extremely rare 
complete 1995 Unicorn set that seldom becomes available, this 
being only the second complete set we have offered in nearly 13 
years. While most of the individual coins carry low to moderate 
mintage figures—with the gold 500 Yuan being the key rarity 
(the last example of which in PR69 Ultra Cameo hammered 
for $36,000 in August 2019)—what is truly remarkable is the 
exceedingly small number of sets produced, of which the current 
offering is number 7. The set is sold in its original black padded 
case of issue with COA. (Total: 12 coins) 


19954F BABE A te a SR, SH, BHI. RETR. 
1) 5c (1/2048 #]) 447 220,000%K; 

2) lO TUSK (Lak =) , 47 8,000%K; 

3) LO7cae HE C1/10#¢ 1) , 4T 25,0002; 

A) 257.2 AB U/4#AA 1/8 AS) , BIT 2 000%; 
5) 25704 1/4 at #]) , B47 25,0004; 

6) SO7SKi (Gabel) , BAT 1.500%; 

7) 5070 (1/24 8]) 4847 21,2504; 

8) 507080 (1/2a Bl) , BEAT EL OID: 

9) LOOMS (12a Bl) BEAT 1 500%, KF EK: 

O) 1007 (1Zt =] ) , 4 gv TH504%, 

1) 150704 (2O#E =) , 47 5004; 

2) 5007 4'% Cows OOK. 


WEG te, BT (B25, B1995 ED te DH 

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Bl KAD ARE By Et Ee, BH SOOT AKA REE, BE 

—AX PR68 Ultra Cameort ay 2019 % — Ave 4H DAE RB 

{E36,000X TKK. HAT EZKSOABH, LA500TA 

347, HER RERER REE, 

Estimate: $40,000-$60,000 

Starting Bid: $20,000 


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30226 People’s Republic gold Proof “Year of the Rooster” 250 Yuan 


1981 PR66 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM41, Cheng-pg. 11, 1, CC-25. 
Mintage: 5,015. A deeply cameoed representative of this first- 
year lunar type of the People’s Republic, remarkably clean for 
the designation, with just a few stray wisps preventing a higher 
numerical grade. Sold with the original case of issue and COA. 


198147 #8 4F + F250 7074 Re, PROG Ultra Cameo NGC. 
B47 5,015. ATE HADI MT, TR ESP RE, JPR, > 
EPID Rl SS BE SM. AMS SH 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 








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30227 People’s Republic 8-Piece Uncertified “Year of the Rooster” 


Proof Set 1981-(s), Shanghai mint, KM-PS7. Includes aluminum 
1, 2, and 5 Fen, as well as bronze 1, 2, and 5 Jiao, a copper-nickel 
Yuan, and a bronze medal. A widely collected mint set, housed in 
the original mint packaging. (Total: 8 coins) 


1981-(s) FEF MEM, —B\Be 

Evga RK. HE], 2. SA SEE, 1, 2, SHAS, LTO 
HE. RRZLKEN ME, ARASH 

Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $600 





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30228 People’s Republic 8-Piece Uncertified “Year of the Rooster” 


Proof Set 1981-(s), Shanghai mint, KM-PS7. Includes aluminum 
1, 2, and 5 Fen, as well as bronze 1, 2, and 5 Jiao, a copper-nickel 
Yuan, and a bronze medal. A desirable Proof set housed in the 
original mint packaging. (Total: 8 coins) 


1981- (s) BRS Fe RIE — ALA 

EYE HE. TEL, 2. SASSER, 1, 2. SPAS, LES ORI, LA 
R-WHE—%, BSAA HE, REL. 

Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $600 





30229 





People’s Republic Proof “Year of the Pig” 10 Yuan 1983 PR69 
Ultra Cameo NGC, KM73. Lunar series. A premier selection on 
the cusp of perfect preservation, featuring a stark cameo contrast. 


19834¢ #64 HOTU AHR, PR6O Ultra Cameo NGC, 
AEE RAP. REREBAT a, TaTR. PRA, HX 
FE AL A 

Estimate: $900-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 





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30230 People’s Republic 8-Piece Uncertified “Year of the Pig” Proof 
Set 1983-(s), Shanghai mint, KM-PS11. Includes aluminum 1, 
2, and 5 Fen, as well as bronze 1, 2, and 5 Jiao, a copper-nickel 
Yuan, and a bronze medal. A fully uncirculated and untouched 
mint set preserved in the original mint holder. (Total: 8 coins) 


1983- (s) FPR RME, —B/\K 

LIER. LEIA 27 RSE, 1A. 2A ROA, 1B 
FSR LL RS. ST, RHA. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 

Starting Bid: $500 


30231 People’s Republic platinum Proof “Year of the Rooster” 100 
Yuan (1 0z) 1993 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KMS513. Mintage: 
300. Lunar series. Struck in a low mintage numbering only 300 
examples, and, accordingly, one of the recognized rarities of 
the Chinese Lunar series. A prime quality example preserved to 
essential perfection and displaying a resplendent cameo contrast. 


199346 35 = + 10070 44 2 40% (1 zt 2]) . PR6Q Ultra Cameo 


NGC, 

BAT B300%K, EHAF. RAT EIR, ATK APY SCE 
FEW — Ko TA Et I, FREE EE, Te ERR 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 








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30232 People’s Republic platinum Proof “Year of the Pig” 100 Yuan 


1995 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM749, Fr-B71. Mintage: 300. A 
significant Lunar series rarity seen here in admirable and nearly 
perfectly preserved condition. Displaying immensely bright and 
wholly original surfaces with starkly contrasting, magnificently 
frosted detailing. 


1995 4F 44 4F = 100 7077 su. PR6O Ultra Cameo NGC. 
BY4T 23007. BAW +H Al, Fi 7A. FABRA AK RB SEK, QA 
Ne, ROAR A, FRESE, ABNF CREB. 
Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 





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30233 





People’s Republic 2-Piece Certified gold & silver Fan-Shaped 
“Year of the Dragon” Mint Set 2000 MS69 NGC, 

1) silver 10 Yuan, KM1321 

2) gold 50 Yuan, KM1322 


Lunar series. Sold with cases of issue and COA #036908 (10 
Yuan) and COA #003062 (50 Yuan). AGW 0.4995 oz. (Total: 2 
coins) 


200044 #8 4F EB ESR, —B A. MS69 NGC. 
1) 10704 4: 
2) 5070 A He: 


BRERA. REM tS 
. #003062 (5070). #24 20.49 ee 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 

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30234 


People’s Republic 2-Piece Certified gold & silver Fan-Shaped 
“Year of the Snake” Mint Set 2001 NGC, 

1) silver 10 Yuan - MS68, KM-Unl. 

2) gold 200 Yuan - MS69, KM1383 


Lunar series. Sold with cases of issue and COA #061178 (10 Yuan) 
and COA #001033 (200 Yuan). AGW 0.4995 oz. (Total: 2 coins) 


200 14F #e af Fi ESR, EK NCCE R 
1) 1070SR'#-MS68 NGC; 
2) 20070 4 '¥¥-MS69 NGC; 


RBAHAD. REM ESWE, 47524061178 (107) 
. #001033 (2007). M@S420.4995# Fl, 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





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30235 People’s Republic 2-Piece Certified gold & silver Fan-Shaped 


“Year of the Horse” Mint Set 2002 MS69 NGC, 
1) silver 10 Yuan, KM1423 
2) gold 200 Yuan, KM1424 


Lunar series. Sold with cases of issue and COA #006748 (10 
Yuan) and COA #002906 (200 Yuan). AGW 0.4994 oz. (Total: 2 
coins) 


200246 EER ESR, —B A. MS69 NGC. 
1) 107045 4: 
2) 200704: 


BEHAV. REM BSH E, M52#006748 (107) 
ions (20070). i E04 OA# Fl, 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 
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30236 People’s Republic 2-Piece Certified gold & silver Fan-Shaped 


“Year of the Goat” Mint Set 2003 NGC, 
1) silver 10 Yuan - MS68, KM1485 
2) gold 200 Yuan - MS69, KM1475.1 


Lunar series. Sold with cases of issue and COA #049535 (10 
Yuan) and COA #004779 (200 Yuan). AGW 0.4999 oz. (Total: 2 
coins) 


200344 ¥4FAH RBA, —AM A. NGCHAR. 
1) 107048 '%*-MS68 NGC; 
2) 200704 *#-MS69 NGC: 


REEHAD. RAMEBSWE, HH #049535(107) 
. #004779 (20070). G4 20.4999 4 #], 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

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30237 People’s Republic 2-Piece Certified gold & silver Fan-Shaped 
“Year of the Monkey” Mint Set 2004 NGC, 
1) silver 10 Yuan - MS70, KM1553 
2) gold 200 Yuan - MS69, KM1554 


Lunar series. Sold with cases of issue and COA #046332 (10 
Yuan) and COA #004072 (200 Yuan). AGW 0.50 oz. (Total: 2 
coins) 


200446 RFE EY ae oh, — BA. NGCHER. 
1) 10704R"-MS70 NGC: 
2) 200704 ##'-MS69 NGC: 


BIBER AI. Pi we Se, AH GRHO46332 (107) 
. #004072 (2007). M24 20. 50241, 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

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30238 People’s Republic 2-Piece Certified gold & silver Fan-Shaped 
“Year of the Rooster” Mint Set 2005 NGC, 
1) silver 10 Yuan - MS70, KM1615 
2) gold 200 Yuan - MS69, KM1606 


Lunar series. Sold with cases of issue and COA #004816. AGW 
0.4994 oz. (Total: 2 coins) 


20054 FEY Ua, —Amy ee. NGCHER. 
1) 10704R"*-MS70 NGC; 
2) 200704 ##-MS69 NGC: 


REAR AV REM RSHE, WHRFO0I816. MOee 
0.49944 #] , 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





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30239 People’s Republic 2-Piece Certified gold & silver Fan-Shaped 


“Year of the Dog” Mint Set 2006 NGC, 
1) silver 10 Yuan - MS68, KM1686 
2) gold 200 Yuan - MS69, KM1679 


Lunar series. Sold with cases of issue and COA #004834. AGW 
0.502 oz. (Total: 2 coins) 


20064444 +E HAVES AM. NGCHR. 
1) 107048 "4-MS68 NGC: 
2) 200704 *#-MS69 NGC; 


REE AD. REM RSH E, ti #004834. ROSE 
0.502 # 4], 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

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30240 People’s Republic 2-Piece Certified gold & silver Fan-Shaped 


“Year of the Pig” Mint Set 2007 NGC, 
1) silver 10 Yuan - MS69, KM1718 
2) gold 200 Yuan - MS70, KM1723 


Lunar series. Sold with cases of issue and COA #4753. AGW 
0.4978 oz. (Total: 2 coins) 


20074¢ Fe 4F eH A BSR, SAK. NGCEPR 

1) 10704%'%*-MS69 NGC; 

2) 200704 "#-MS70 NGC: 

2 wade REWBEHwE, 45844753. 244 20.4978 


Estimate: $800-$1,000 
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30241 


People’s Republic 2-Piece Certified gold & silver Fan-Shaped 
“Year of the Rat” Mint Set 2008 NGC, 

1) silver 10 Yuan - MS69, KM1833 

2) gold 200 Yuan - MS68, KM1838 





Lunar series. Sold with original wooden case of issue and COA 
#6387. AGW 0.4978 oz. (Total: 2 coins) 


2008 4F Bie EH a ESR, —E AC. NCCI. 
1) 10703R#-MS69 NGC; 
2) 200704 "-MS68 NGC; 


RGERAP. RKAM BSW E, MHHOI87. MOSES 
0.4978 # |, 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

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30242 


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People’s Republic 6-Piece Uncertified gold & silver “Year of 
the Rabbit” Panda Set 2011 Gem UNC, 

1) gold 20 Yuan (1/20 0z), KM1979, PAN-532A 

2) gold 50 Yuan (1/10 0z), KM1978, PAN-531A 

3) gold 100 Yuan (1/4 0z), KM1977, PAN-530A 

4) gold 200 Yuan (1/2 0z), KM1976, PAN-529A 

5) gold 500 Yuan (1 0z), KM1975, PAN-528A 

6) gilt-silver 1 Ounce Mint Medal 


Mintage: 500 sets. Sold with the original case of issue and COA 
#373. Total AGW 1.9 oz. (Total: 6 coins) 


201146 #4 EH ARS a SR, —AH 74K. Gem UNC. 

1) 20704 (1/20 #4), 

2) 50704 "(1/10 #£ #1), 

3)10070A"# (1/4 #£ #4), 

4) 20074 (1/2 #4), 

5) 5007042" (1 ###]), 

6) HE ASE 1 a A 

E4T E5008, RSM GS, S73. MES EM ALOHA, 
Estimate: $3,000-$3,200 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





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30243 People’s Republic silver Proof “Year of the Pig” 300 Yuan 


(Kilo) 2019 PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM-Unl. Mintage: 
10,000. Year of the Pig lunar issue. Sold with COA #5405. 


20194444 4F + 4 30070 sR 1A). PR7O Ultra Cameo 
NGC, 
447 210,000%k., EAA). HRB, Ae #5405. 


Estimate: $800-$1,000 
No Minimum Bid 








PANDA ISSUES 





30244 


30245 





People’s Republic platinum Proof Panda 100 Yuan (1 0z) 
1987-S PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shanghai mint, KM-A163, 
PAN-S1A. Mintage: 2,000. Nearly perfect, with a cascading 
watery brilliance. 


1987-S4# Fe 34 10070 tH 2 aH (1# 4]) . PR6O Ultra Cameo 
NEC; 

LEER, BY4T EZ 000%. RERBREREE, HPO. 
Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





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People’s Republic platinum Proof Panda 100 Yuan (1 0z) 
1987-S PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shanghai mint, KM-A163, 
PAN-S51A, Mintage: 2,000. Essentially the finest of the date that 
one could hope to obtain, only a single PR70 example certi- 
fied across both NGC and PCGS out of a combined population 
exceeding 350 specimens. 


1987-S4# Fe 48 100 70 tH 2 aH (1 #8 2]) . PR69 Ultra Cameo 
NGC. 

Lie HR. BAT £20000, rete 3, NGCRPCGSEH 
ABH 350-8 +, EA BIEPRTIOR A. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





30246 





People’s Republic platinum Proof Panda 100 Yuan (1 0z) 1988 
PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shanghai mint, KM192, PAN-76A. 
Mintage: 2,000. Small date variety. A meaningfully unimprovable 
rendition of the this low-mintage date Panda, with no specimens 
yet reaching PR70 Ultra Cameo in the NGC census. 


1988 4E Fe 48 1007075 2 ou 1 #4) , PR6O Ultra Cameo 
NGC, 

EME 28 HR BEAT 22,0007. ANAS IAA PARA EE IK 
2E4¢32PR70 Ultra Cameo. hk Ae 4E Fy PKI, 

Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $600 





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30247 


People’s Republic Mint Error - Obverse Struck Through 
gold Panda 100 Yuan (1 0z) 1988 MS69 NGC, Shenyang mint, 
KM187, PAN-69A. Admirably preserved and virtually without 
imperfections, the hairline strike through to the left of the Temple 
of Heaven doing nothing to diminish the coin’s eye appeal. 


1988 #248 100702" (Lat al) . SHH, MS69 NGC. 

Ye oy Se ET. ORFF AK RR OT IN A, BRP AE A JR 
JED, 12 BE HE MLA 

Estimate: $1,600-$1,800 

Starting Bid: $800 





30248 





People’s Republic platinum Proof Panda 100 Yuan (1 0z) 1989 
PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM230, PAN-105A. Mintage: 3,000. 
A near-perfect representative marked by sparkling flow lines. 


198944 Fe 38 1007074 8 on (1 #8 =) . PR6O Ultra Cameo 
NGC. 

E47 23,0008. UPN A, BORA. 

Estimate: $1,600-$2,200 

Starting Bid: $800 





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30249 


30250 





People’s Republic 4-Piece Certified platinum Panda Proof 
Set 1990, 

1) 10 Yuan (1/10 0z) - PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, PAN-135A 

2) 25 Yuan (1/4 0z) - PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, PAN-134A 

3) 50 Yuan (1/2 oz) - PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, PAN-132A 

4) 100 Yuan (1 oz) - PR68 Deep Cameo PCGS, PAN-129A 


Shanghai mint. A coveted Proof Set with the 100 Yuan seeing 
only 778 pieces struck. (Total: 4 coins) 


199044 Fe 4 ta 2 SH, BAK. 

1) 1070 1/10##)) , PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC. 

2) 2570 (1/4##]) . PR6O Ultra Cameo NGC. 

3) 507% (1/2##]) , PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC. 

4) 10070 (1###]) . PR68 Deep Cameo PCGS, 

Lie. RR BIRR ih, 10070408 47 B RAT78 


Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 
Starting Bid: $1,000 





People’s Republic gold “Small Date” Panda 50 Yuan (1/2 0z) 
1994 MS69 NGC, KM614 (prev. KM-Y434), PAN-212B. A lus- 
trous offering only a hair’s breadth from perfection and sporting a 
lovely cameo effect despite not being an official Proof striking. A 
key series rarity, and widely recognized as such. 


199444 RE S850 704 (1/221) , “EH. MS69 NGC, 

SOLAR HBG, HE SEAR, SESEAR ARLE, Je AER 
KW E. PSE RE, RAR 

Estimate: $3,000-$3,500 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





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30251 


People’s Republic gold Proof Panda 100 Yuan (1 0z) 1995 
PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM726, PAN-242A. Mintage: 2,000. 
A scarce date in the series, sold with case of issue and COA 
#0000143. 


199544 Fe 48 10074 Se (1 #8) . PR6O Ultra Cameo 
NGC. 
B47 B2,000K. FRE, MARSHES, 285%2+40000143 


Estimate: $7,000-$8,000 
Starting Bid: $3,500 





30252 





People’s Republic gold “Small Date” Panda 100 Yuan (1 0z) 
1995 UNC, Shenyang mint, KM719, PAN-235B. Highly reflec- 
tive and nearly Prooflike in the surfaces. Sealed in the original 
mint vinyl. 


19954 FR 4a LOO 74a (lat el) . ZA. UNC. 

a By Se. KE, tI oe. BRRRBEN, 
Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 


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30253 People’s Republic gold “Small Date” Panda 100 Yuan (1 0z) 


1995 UNC, Shenyang mint, KM719, PAN-235B. A scarce and 
key date within the series, presenting flawless detail and still 
sealed in the original mint vinyl. 


19954F Re 48 LOO 704 (Lat el) . “NEHA. UNC. 

DE. All AT AY Be Se AE i, A], 
RBEN. 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 











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Virtually Flawless and Low Mintage Panda 500 Yuan 
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People’s Republic bi-metallic gold & silver Proof Panda 
500 Yuan (5 oz AU, 2 oz Ag) 1995 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, 
Shanghai mint, KM728, Cheng-pg. 169, 1, CC-665, PAN-241A. 
Mintage: 199. One of the great rarities of the modern Panda 
series, and stemming from a notably low mintage, this 1995 bi- 
metallic 500 Yuan shows an appearance entirely deserving of its 
technically flawless certification, not the least signs of haze or 
notable flecking visible over the hard mirrored surfaces. To-date, 
not a single example of the type has been awarded PR70 at NGC, 
marking this as the among finest attainable. Sold here with COA 
#126 and the original mint capsule. 


19954 fe 48500 70 744 ee (Sate al. 2a a] SR) . PROO 
Ultra Cameo NGC, 

EMER. BT E99 Be, AR AE Pk, RAT 
(feo HAA Se HE ASE SEAR, TRAE} BR 
He LRH ae. EAE BO EPROP 
FENGC, Wh—-#e fe RAZ. EH E, ae Se 
5B #126. 

Estimate: $15,000-$20,000 

Starting Bid: $7,500 





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30255 People’s Republic platinum Panda 5 Yuan (1/20 oz) 1997 
MS66 NGC, KM985. A lesser seen Panda type showcasing a 
cameo-like contrast, despite not being an officially Proof issue. 


19974F Fe AHS 7USH ME (1/208 =]) . MS66 NGC, 

Zoe AG SH, RSE (EIS RR He AY eZ 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





30256 People’s Republic platinum Proof Panda 10 Yuan (1/10 oz) 
1997 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM988, PAN-291A. Mintage: 
2,500. A widely recognized rarity within the modern Chinese 
series, and a key to the popular and widely collected Panda series 
in particular. As only 2,500 total were struck, this essentially 
guaranteed a degree of rarity which exceeds that of most other 
Panda types. At a “PR69” level of certification and exhibiting 
both near-flawless preservation and undiminished reflectivity, 
this pristine example promises to serve as a target of competition 
by those dedicated collectors seeking to fill a likely gap in their 
collections. 


19974 Fe 54 1070 44 2 40% (1/10# @]) . PR6O Ultra Cameo 
NGC. 

BAT B2,5004K. SEH — ak FR a AP). BUT IK, LL AMIE te 
ARSE A. AEE ALE PROOA, REMC AR, WMA 
AY i HE, ee ACE OS HE BEAT 

Estimate: $7,000-$9,000 

Starting Bid: $3,500 








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30257 


People’s Republic gold “Large Date” Panda 50 Yuan (1/2 
0z) 1997 MS69 NGC, KM990, PAN-280A. Mintage: 15,483. A 
virtually flawless representative of this scarce date and variety, 
expressing a highly Prooflike finish highlighted by generously 
frosted devices and deep, mirrorlike surfaces. 


1997 ASSO SE (1/2H A) . AHHH. MS69 NGC, 
BAT 15 483%. SEN AD FAKE, mR eB, HER 
ERA, BRA 

Estimate: $1,500-$1,600 

Starting Bid: $750 





30258 





People’s Republic gold Panda 500 Yuan (1 0z) 2013 MS70 
PCGS, KM-Unl., PAN-579A. A beautiful piece that exudes 
entirely flawless details and a cameo-like contrast between the 
fields and devices. 


20134F R48 500704" (1a =] ) . MS70 PCGS. 
uate 5c AES, FEE LL at Ate BL 

Estimate: $1,500-$1,700 

Starting Bid: $750 





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30259 People’s Republic bi-metallic Proof Panda 1 Kilo Medal 2015 


PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shenyang mint, KM-X Unl., CC-Unl., 
PAN-657A. 100mm. Mintage: 2,000. This piece was issued in 
commemoration of the Chinese Moon Festival and includes a 1/10 
oz gold moon, containing gold recovered from a NASA vehicle 
that spent five years in orbit around the Earth. 


201545 Fea LA te  & &) =. PR7O Ultra Cameo NGC. 
ENR, BT EZ 000K, ARPA, DATS 
#] 2 Sw A, POA Bae Be BLA aS — Be EH RL AT 
LAER ALA A 

Estimate: $1,800-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $900 








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30260 People’s Republic 5-Piece Certified gold & silver “Honolulu 
Hawaii Numismatic Association” Commemorative Show 
Panda Proof Set 2016-y Ultra Cameo NGC, 
1) gold 1 Gram Medal - PR70, PAN-723A. Mintage: 1,000. 
2) silver 2 Gram Medal - PR69, PAN-724A. Mintage: 2,000. 
3) bi-metallic gold & silver (AU 3gm, AR 1.5gm) Medal - PR70, 
PAN-721A. Mintage: 1,000. 
4) gold 1 Ounce Medal - PR70, PAN-720A. Mintage: 200. 
5) silver 1 Ounce Medal - PR70, PAN-722A. Mintage: 1,500. 


Shenyang mint, CC-pp. 708-709. Early Releases. Missing only 
the gold 1 Kilo Medal, of which reportedly just 3 were actu- 
ally struck. An elusive set of which very few were originally 
produced, with the pieces on offer here being among the earliest 
struck. (Total: 5 coins) 


2016-y4F | #8 Ll ek eR ER | AG RAL 
=, —A1 4x. Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) 13.4% - PR70, 47 21,000%. 

2) 259K - PROO, HTH 2,000. 

3) BEARS (35, 481.552) - PR70, 447 21,0002. 

A) 1#8] 4% - PR70, #47 200%. 

5) 1#2]48@ - PR70, 447 21,500%. 


ye. FHM, GHRR-AL SE, BAGH RSE 
JT Zo REV GLEN RAL, Fy IE KK. 
Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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30261 People’s Republic 5-Piece Certified copper, silver & gold “Anaheim 125th Anniversary” Commemorative Show Panda 


Proof Set 2016 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) silver 31.1 Gram (1 Ounce) Medal - PR70, PAN-713A. Mintage: 2,000. Number 0685. 

2) silver 50 Gram (1.6 Ounce) Medal - PR69, PAN-717A. Mintage: 625. Number 450. 

3) copper 40mm Medal - PR69, PAN-715A. Mintage: 175. Number 121. 

4) gold 31.1 Gram (1 Ounce) Medal - PR70, PAN-711A. Mintage: 125. Number 039. 

5) silver 373.25 Gram (12 Ounce) Medal - PR69, PAN-712A. Mintage: 125. Number 056. With COA. 


Shanghai mint, CC-pp. 706-707. Missing only the 40mm brass and 50gm gold medals. A very elusive set of issues, particularly when found so 
nearly complete, struck for the 2016 American Numismatic Association convention in Anaheim. This is the first such set we have encountered. 
(Total: 5 coins) 


201644 (EAH e125 CES | ESE eR AL, —AL 4K. Ultra Cameo NGC. 
1) 31.1 348 (1 #8) -PR70 NGC, 447 2,000%k. A 920685. 

2) 503248 (1.6 ##]) - PR69 NGC, 447 2625%k. 42450. 

) 40% KS - PR69 NGC, #7721754. AHH 121. 

) 31.19% 42 (1 #4) -PR70 NGC, #47 21254. AHF 039. 

) 373.25 94R = (12 ##) - PR6O NGC, 44721254, AH HROSCH BS, 


oo LEW RAOSKEHERSOKSE, ELEM EE, AXA SMBH 1D BREST. RAKES ERS 


Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 
Starting Bid: $1,500 





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30262 


People’s Republic gold Proof Panda 800 Yuan (50 gm) 2017 
PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM-Unl. Mintage: 20,000. “First 
Releases” issue housed in a red “35th Anniversary of the Chinese 
Gold Panda” NGC holder. AGW approximately 1.607 oz. 


201747 Fe 48 S00 7C 4 (5052) . PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC. 
BATE 20,0000. BKB IT. Be | BL AR a ae = Eo Al AF | AL 
BARHSH Ee, GH EA A 1.607 Hal. 

Estimate: $2,400-$2,800 

Starting Bid: $1,200 





FRANCE 








30263 


Republic gold Specimen “Hanoi Exposition” Medal 1887 
SP63 PCGS, 40mm. 56.65gm. A substantial gold medal struck 
for the Hanoi exposition of 1887, featuring Oudiné’s famous 
Liberty portrait on the obverse, the reverse declaring the occa- 
sion of the striking within central wreath and surrounded by the 
legend “Protectorat de LAnnam et du Tonkin” (the Protectorate 
of Annam and Tonkin). In the same year these territories would 
be consolidated into a reorganized French Indochina. Stuck in an 
impressive degree of relief with any handling proving minimally 
distracting due to the matte-like finish of the surfaces. 


1887 (FAH S| ALR SK. SP63 PCGS. 

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TEM REALE RAR, pr 4 FB) BA 
ME, EBA IRE 4H. [a] SF, pets 
nee ILA AS PAR Ae E, Ee eo, FE 


Estimate: $6,000-$7,000 
Reserve: $6,000 





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30264 French Colony Proof 10 Cents 1879-A PR66 PCGS, Paris mint, 


KM4, Lec-Unl. An incredible specimen of immense rarity in this 
Proof format, with reportedly only 3 other examples certified as 
such between NGC and PCGS combined, for the date, only one 
of which ties the present piece at PR66. Thoroughly gorgeous 
throughout with an intensive jewel-like finish on the reverse 
created by cascading shades of sapphire, lapis-lazuli, and ame- 
thyst. For comparison, we note that a PR65-graded piece brought 
$7200 in our 2018 June Hong Kong sale. 


1879-A4E ABI# 104) 45 2%, PR66 PCGS. 

Ce Se HE fit FE DE bh He E, NGCRPCGSH RFE 
Al See ge JE PRA AS BR AB, PROG EEA. 4H Se 
Me Tey Wo ek SE PLB, 7 i Ck Mee EA BADR EKE KER Tt 
Tak 201878 SR ws 4 ay — He PROS 3k 28 ey He Fe Me 
{E7200# 1, BHBS. 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Reserve: $5,000 








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FRENCH INDO-CHINA 








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30265 French Colony Piastre 1895-A MS64 PCGS, Paris mint, 
KM5a.1, Lec-277. Second variety with weight as 27 grams. 
Lustrous throughout, the surfaces displaying ever so subtle 


touches of honeyed toning. Scarce in this grade, with no examples 
seen by either PCGS or NGC exceeding the MS65 mark. 


1895-A4F AA — FC SR, MS64 PCGS. 

Ce. HoT, B27. Bim tae, ee EL 
PRA Hho FE ARM EF BN FR —, PCGSRNGCEHA FF BR 
RH RA SLA eS MS65 2 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,400 

Reserve: $2,000 








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FRENCH INDO-CHINA 


Finest Known French Indo-China Pattern Piastre 


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30266 French Colony silver Proof Essai Piastre 19 —_—(1931) PR67*« 





NGC, Paris mint, KM-Unl., VG-5307, Maz-Unl., Gad-35, 
Lec-276. Reeded edge, Coin rotation. By Barre. Simply astonish- 
ing—a virtually immaculate rendition of this extremely rare and 
highly sought-after pattern. Already boasting an extraordinarily 
high technical grade, a full 5 grade points above the next finest at 
NGC, and 2 grade points above the next finest at PCGS, the coin 
at hand adds yet further acclaim to its unchallenged status with a 
star designation for stunning eye-appeal, clearly well-warranted 
by its teal, merlot, and goldfish orange toning palette contrast- 
ed against icy white fields. Posited by most reference works to 
have been produced for the 6-month-long Colonial Exposition 
(Exposition coloniale internationale) in Paris in 1931, we note that 
in his most recent work, Monnaies et Jetons de L’Indochine fran- 
caise, Jean Lecompte has reassigned it a date of 1920, though he 
provides no explanation for this revision. We have handled only 
other 2 examples of this essai, the finest being a SP63 piece certi- 
fied by PCGS, which brought $12,925 in our January 2014 New 
York sale (lot 23609). With the present offering ranking 4 points 
ahead of that specimen, and almost certainly representing the 
finest known, we can only expect that it will be met with fierce 
competition as it crosses the auction block. 


193147 ABS — 70 te aR KE, PR67%* NGC. 

EAS IR. WAAR — 2c: I ete AKG AE TE, ak 
FE FAH ARI AR Bh tho FEET AP PUPCGS A BT 9 AMI 71 
—BUR2D; TRRRNGCA NK EES, me ae 
fa Yat, WAR Ye He ee PO, BES, HE 
Hak, BAL, 1 = BIRR RA, BY HGH ELAR, et Se HE {fo 
SADE CALLAF Tavita wt {> FAY 1931 4F E28 Fak He 
‘@ seis, TARR Jean Lecom compte HAF fe CIE JB EN SCH Ey SR 
WSL PRM) (EAR ET IE HAIRS EBA 19204, SARAH EL TA 
JER. i SL A ee — Ax PCGS##ASP63 
» 201441 FLAT EA12, 925% TRAE HH He AZ 3609) 
ARIE KD FER AT A, TRA EEN — Be, BOR S| 
Ee AG Re 

Estimate: $20,000-$30,000 

Starting Bid: $10,000 





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30267 French Colony silver Specimen Cut Canceled Trial Piastre 
1931 SP55 PCGS, Paris mint, cf. KM19 (for standard issue), Lec- 
306.10 var. Diagonally cut and cancelled, with ‘3’ countermark on 
cheek and ink numerals 19.760 written downwards over the bust. 
One of only a small handful of these cut/canceled trial strikes 
that we have had the privilege to offer, and likely one of a only 
an extremely small handful of survivors, with 1931 standing as 
a transitional year for the coinage of French Indo-China and the 
first year for the ‘Liberty Head’ type. A total of 23 trial strikes are 
known to exist. We previously offered the consecutive piece to the 
present offering, countermarked ‘4’, also in SP55, which brought 
$6572 in our June 2017 Hong Kong sale. 


19314734 Ji 1 Tove SH eA Se SRE. SP55 PCGS. 

Eis HR. UES. AR hn 3), Ra 
AHA S19.760) , el TBA 2 JE SH RS eR, ikl SE aH 
Mo VALOSIAE RR, KARE MB A sc Hee BA ar | A] 
Al He $7193 126 RC A A AR, ERA 238. Ha 
4 2017466 ie to Be EH ee 4) TR, BP ARIA AVSP55 
, SEER A6572% 7. BHA. 

Estimate: $3,500-$5,500 

Reserve: $3,500 





GERMAN STATES 








30268 Prussia. Alfred Graf von Waldersee silver Specimen “Steamer 
Sachsen” Medal 1900 SP66 PCGS, Marienburg-7792. 38.5mm. 
A superb specimen offering tremendous visual appeal, the centers 
luxuriously satiny and graced with light golden peach tones, 
framed by a ring of silvery brilliance at the periphery. An item 
of great significance to Chinese colonial history, as Waldersee 
served as Generalfeldmarschall (General Field Marshall) during 
the Boxer rebellion, which he was sent to pacify by way of the 
steamboat Coburg-Sachsen in 1900. 


190046 | BE SCARE ARAB | ACRSSR ARE. SPEC PCGS. 
38.52 7K. mt ete, BR LAE ARI Sb aR, SP HE SR 
tte, BET SER. AEA Lt ALR ERR: LOOOE VE HE 
AL Be Fu (He By, WE BBA aS, we eR 
148-52, # (Coburg-Sachsen) AIAAPR FAL. 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,000 

Reserve: $2,500 








GERMANY 








30269 “ Assault on Taku Forts” silver Proof Medal 1900-Dated PR66 
Ultra Cameo NGC, Marienburg-7172, Li-pg. 101. 35mm. Struck 
to commemorate the assault of the Eight Nations Alliance up the 
Haihe River in China, where they experienced large casualties, 
but were ultimately successful in taking the Taku Forts. Heavily 
cameoed across both sides with thick devices frosting accentu- 
ated a rich sunset-orange tone in the recessed areas and bold 
surface mirroring. The first example we have seen with likely few 
surviving finer. 


190047 | BAT BALA SRS, PR66 Ultra Cameo 
NGC, 

852k, ESAs URGALSe, HA eB eT 
5. LEAL BEER EES TE, AZ Ie, BES 
CBE, RARKW EHS. UME BRA, Boe 
Beet; RRS, Ae We A. WAN a, BLE IA KR 
eth ab Bl > DOR BY ERR HH BAK 

Estimate: $4,000-$5,000 

Reserve: $4,000 





GREAT BRITAIN 








30270 Victoria Trade Dollar 1897-B MS64 PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-T5, Prid-4. A truly extraordinary survivor of this usually 
rather prolific date, and one of just 5 total specimens to reach this 
near-gem level out of 128 total certified by PCGS. Awash with 
fine flow lines and subtle traces of russet tones, handling seems 
nearly absent from the surfaces. 


1897-B4e 35 3 & BSR, MS64 PCGS. 

me Be, ESA, (km wee, PCCSAE—H#128 
BOR SAREE A Fro FRA, LAER, BFEHIE. 
Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $600 





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30271 Victoria Trade Dollar 1899-B MS66 NGC, Bombay mint, 


KM-TS5S, Prid-8. Though not a difficult date on the whole, it is 
conditional rarity above all else that defines the present selec- 
tion, its surfaces remarkably free of all but the most trivial signs 
of handling, a soft, satiny glow and light original toning serving 
as the only features to draw the eye for a prolonged gaze. Tied for 
finest graded across both PCGS and NGC - an honor we feel is 
fully deserved. 


1899-B4F3h 3+ = lsh, MS66 NGC. 

EMM. MAH TORE ERAS, (et ae 
ANS — Yl. Fe RS Gi WR EIR Ob, BEE A Et, 
AA, ACTED CIE tat eG LE, | A Ho ZEPCGSFHNGC LE @h 
BATRA AD, WR A 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





30272 Edward VII Trade Dollar 1907/7-B MS64 NGC, Bombay mint, 


KM-T5. 1907/7 overdate. Fully lustrous and framed by a ring of 
pale golden tone that graces the obverse and reverse faces alike. 
Contested in quality by only a single “MS66” example certified 
by NGC. 


1907/7-B4F ah 3 = BSR, MS64 NGC. 

mA. FI. EMR IR EE, mT TE. RA 
—#K MS66 249 NGCA af OF REZ 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 









30273 


30274 


Edward VII Trade Dollar 1910/00-B MS64 NGC, Bombay 
mint, KM-T5. 1910/00 overdate. A delightfully frosty specimen 
showcasing a full cartwheel effect on the obverse and reverse 
alike. For this overdate variety, exceeded by only two examples 
seen by NGC, both only a single grade point finer. 


1910/00-B4F- i 3 = SR, MS64 NGC. 

LESUR, BE. CORSE, EEO. BER 
BP, WBE — DZ 4B BIA OP A NGCA PBF 
Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 





George V Trade Dollar 1929/1-B MS63+ PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS, Prid-26. 1929/1 overdate. Intensely frosty and decorated 
in a well-fitting spread of sea green and varied interwoven metal- 
lic tones. 


1929/1-B4F 3k #3 BSR, MS63+ PCGS. 

oe SRK. 1929/1 | a), aa EN A BR, a 
40, BE FOB AEE A ae SEL, AEN TE 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 








30275 





George V Trade Dollar 1934-B MS65 PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS, Prid-29. Of rarely seen quality for this later George V 
issue, displaying clear flow lines, well-kept surfaces, and a prom- 
inent cartwheel effect that carries a lovely argent brilliance across 
the fields. As a testament to this condition, only a single example 
certifies finer across PCGS and NGC combined. 


1934-B4E35 34 -& BSR, MS65 PCGS. 

me SR. RE BIG Tt AT ADI ain TH RB EN — 2, AE 
BR. TRA, RRA HL, FREE, BK 
; >» PCGSKNGCA FEAF FH, EK IAF, AR RR EE 


Estimate: $4,000-$5,000 
Starting Bid: $2,000 





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HONG KONG 








30276 British Colony. Victoria bronzed-copper Specimen Unadopted “First Opium War” Military Decoration 1842 SP65 PCGS, Fonrobert- 


Unl., Barac-Unl., BHM-Unl., Eimer-Unl. 36mm. By William Wyon. VICTORIA REGINA, crowned youthful portrait of Queen Victoria left / 
ARMIS EXPOSCERE PACEM, British lion with paws atop suppressed Chinese dragon; NANKING 1842, in exergue. Likely among the finest 
surviving examples of this extremely rare decoration, of which only a handful are thought to exist. Originally proposed by William Wyon as an 
award for participants in the First Op1um War, the design was quickly discarded due to its depiction of a vanquished dragon, the thought being 
that its illustration might unnecessarily harm the mending of relations between Great Britain and China. While the Treaty of Nanking was 
intended to shore up these wounds, it proved largely ineffective, and ultimately led to the Second Opium War between 1856 and 1860. This is 
only the second example of this medal in copper that we have handled, the last with some corrosion spots bringing nearly $8500 in our June 2018 
Hong Kong sale, with no others appearing to have come to auction in the meantime. Of the utmost rarity as such, and sure to appeal to collectors 
of Chinese, Hong Kong, and British medals. 


18426 | 9A BE) ABORT SAE SE. SPS PCGS. . | 
362K. HB BERR Ae WY — (BET EW A AEA A Ek 2B 2S RRR SR, BHAA TX ABE) , Ae T— BE 
FARLEY HE, J ESOC | 18425H Rk). KERB EH, LADREE, BARRE ERIE, aes Peruse te WA FH — KA 
ee eae SCT 21 RE BY BL SE FAL: CEL HP AL 3a AB HR, TO EE — BIE, Re AR ER oR SB] PO EY 
sean TEE HERR AW, BLOM 18564" £1860 #— ERS. Me Crea te mL 4 2018-4 6A Be 
4H OG, eB BLSSIE, (VIL85O03 Te HER. A RAE, LARC, A UE 


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Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 
Starting Bid: $4,000 








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30277 British Colony. Victoria Proof Mil 1863 PR64 Red and Brown 
PCGS, KM], Prid-193A. A shimmering Proof emission fielding 
a strong visual contrast between its predominantly red obverse 
and more toned over reverse. An elusive type in Proof, and rarely 
encountered as such. 


186344 @y&— 3c 2 ", PR64 Red and Brown PCGS., 

PAYER EN ter Se ta EF, JR ED So JE AL POR LD 
a, LARA eA. FL eR, 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








30278 British Colony. Victoria Proof Cent 1863 PR62 Red and 
Brown PCGS, KM4.1. Dot on reverse. Very scarce in Proof. 
Semi-matte in appearance, with streaks of tone delicately laid 
over surfaces displaying significant mint red coloration that 
intensifies toward the peripheries. 


186344 Ay — (1 2 a", PR62 Red and Brown PCGS. 

fT AL an EF aE aK REY SE EA. ETE AR, — 
Hb ee, OS FF GE TIE, EL. SAL all el LH Jk, ae 
je AA 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30279 British Colony. Victoria Specimen 5 Cents 1875-H SP68 
PCGS, Heaton mint, KMS, Prid-120 (unlisted in Proof or 
Specimen), Sweeny-HK4. An in all respects astounding grade 
both for the type and for any minor of this age, unsurprisingly 
tied for the finest certified across NGC and PCGS combined. 
Truly immaculate from all angles, with the surfaces not revealing 
even the smallest imperfection under magnification, the central 
regions feature russet hues that fade to cooler colors towards the 
edges. Unimaginable finer, and the perfect type coin. 


1875-H4F 8 Tl. SP68 PCGS. 

Ei Se RL. TRIER BTA) LN BF, eH aK 
ik. JRNGCRKPCGS ESA FEN BEM AL Fl TB. TATE, 
FEE BE, CEG TT An Sit oF 0 RA Bl Bh ERB TE A LE 
de, RAB WR BAH, RKB BN EK 

Estimate: $10,000-$11,000 

Reserve: $10,000 








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30280 British Colony. Victoria 5 Cents 1877-H MS68 PCGS, Heaton 


mint, KM5, Prid-122, Sweeny-HK4. Reportedly the second 
lowest mintage date within the Victorian 5 cents series, and virtu- 
ally unknown at this level—existing as the single finest certified 
representative in the PCGS census with only one other piece 
achieving this supreme designation at NGC. Blemish-free and 
glassy throughout, with the lightest dappling of tone punctuating 
otherwise salt-white surfaces. 


1877-H# #5 Zl, MS68 PCGS. 

SHRUM. DURA EALAASNHIS, BAT 
Rew tach. PCGSA BEF RB, NGCHRE FARR A Sb — A Be 
WR. TAG, RARE MEAS OE. 

Estimate: $10,000-$11,000 

Reserve: $10,000 





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30281 British Colony. Victoria Specimen 5 Cents 1883-H SP67 


PCGS, Heaton mint, KMS, Prid-128A, Sweeney-HK4. The peak 
grade awarded for this comparatively low-mintage series date by 
either of the major third party grading services, with an unknown 
portion of the original quarter of a million-coin mintage struck 
in Proof or Specimen format. Lightly mottled on the obverse, 
and endowed with glassy mirrored surfaces filled with die polish 
lines. 


1883-H4F #6 Blt, SP67 PCGS. 

SSE. MERGE BTA, ULE NBT BD, Fi 
A BREAT 2S BM, RAE PES RR, IEA 
436, RASH, BH 2 BURR. 

Estimate: $6,000-$7,000 

Reserve: $6,000 


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INDONESIA 


30282 


British Colony. Elizabeth II 5 Cents 1964-H MS62 PCGS, 
Heaton mint, KM29.1. The key to the series and a date which 
was never released for circulation, this rarity boasts a bold but- 
terscotch tone with considerable original luster. Unusual to find 
in Mint State and desirable thus; a must-have for the collector 
looking to complete their Hong Kong numismatic collection. 


1964-H #6 Hl, MS62 PCGS. Base. RABE HTL 
Gt HH, GG AEE Te BERK eA LOR, 
FR TS VE BA FY 8 Fa oto 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 





30283 


30284 





British Colony. Hong Kong & Shanghai gold Tael Bar ND (c. 
1950s) UNC, KM-X Unl. 17x25mm. 37.39gm. Bank Insignia 
(Lion Head), with “999.9 Fine Gold - One Tael - 37.427g - 
Hongkong Bank.” Enviably preserved with minimal handling and 
perfect centering in the stamps. 


195044 (iE SST Fee — ME. UNC. 

I7x253 A, 37. 39%. FU AE PRAT BS, MIF RRS 
— WUE | FAR. RIKER, BNE SCR. 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





British Colony. Hong Kong & Shanghai gold Tael Bar ND (c. 
1950s) UNC, KM-X Unl. 17x25mm. 37.37gm. Bank Insignia 
(Lion Head), with “999.9 Fine Gold - One Tael - 37.427g - 
Hongkong Bank.” Handsomely produced and preserved, with 
cartwheel luster observable in the stamped features. 


L9O50F KEGSMTI Tine — mez. UNC. 

I7x258*, 37. ‘37K. Tea ULE. © RIF RRS 
ARE | FAK. FRR. RAPE, MEAP a 

Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30285 





British Colony. Hong Kong & Shanghai gold Tael Bar ND (c. 
1950s) UNC, KM-X Unl. 17x25mm. 37.39gm. Bank Insignia 
(Lion Head), with “999.9 Fine Gold - One Tael - 37.427g - 
Hongkong Bank.” A scarce type offering bright and well-kept 
surfaces. 


19504AKR EB aMeT Teme — WE. UNC. 
17x25 A, B37. 3956. EN AES RT 
Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 
Starting Bid: $1,000 


HE, RIERA 
FH, PRAEAR RIE. 





INDIA 





30286 





British India. George V gold 15 Rupees 1918-(b) MS63 NGC, 
Bombay mint, KM525, Prid-25. Truly choice, with sunny golden 
surfaces revealing only light ticks and wisps of contact, the pre- 
dominant feature being that of abundant luster, displayed with 
particular radiance to the reverse. 


1918-(b) 4 3% JB FY E15 bee, MS63 NGC, . 
LEM. EMME, MOM See Rae SE 
AE, EEXRLEOE, RELERE. 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





INDONESIA 





30287 





Republic gold “Komodo Dragon” 100000 Rupiah 1974 MS66 
NGC, Royal mint, KM41, Fr-6. Conservation type featuring the 
Komodo Dragon. AGW 0.9675 oz. 


19744F EVE ALE & He 100,000) 4", MS66 NGC. 
BRIER. RAR. SAL Le RAWAL S I 0 
4 4 0.96752 Fi]. 

Estimate: $1,800-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $900 





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30288 Kanei Tsuho 7-Coin 1 Mon Money Tree ND (1708-1712) 


AU/UNGC, cf. Hartill-4.109 (for coin type). 150x63mm. Each 
coin: 23mm. A smaller-size coin tree with a rather sharp 
presentation in each of the coins, a mild green patination height- 
ening the visual contrast between the characters. The back 
displays a small inventory sticker from Mr. Opitz’s collection. 

Ex. Hans M.F. Schulman Auction (October 1970, Lot 892) 

From the Charles J. Opitz Collection 


1708-17 12462 x i i — XR, —PR-b AL. AU/UNC. 
15Ox63E 2k. PARISH. AUER, RR AD 
REE, RARER RFR ADH. WAOpitztteR, WH 
7A WC HB) BE 

iH: 19704410 A Hans MLE. Schulman##@ 

i: Charles J. Opitz + & ik 

Estimate: $500-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 


30289 Kanei Tsuho 7-Coin 1 Mon Money Tree ND (1708-1712) AU/ 


UNC, Opitz-pg. 229 (this piece illustrated), cf. Hartill-4.109 (for 
coin type). 148x63mm. Each coin: 23mm. A scarce and attractive 
remnant of the casting process, showing minimal excess metal, 
with a hole from a casting bubble in one of the coins. The back 
displays a small inventory sticker from Mr. Opitz’s collection. 
From the Charles J. Opitz Collection 


1708-17 12478 x 3k HX Be, —#R-b AK. AU/UNC. 

Opitz 229A BAA AL. 148x63B 7K. SRER2IS AK. Wh 
RAR TESTE YH, BIE, RK, SP RE 
VETTE EAN, HOpitzt+e ein, SOA VEA, 

i # Charles J. Opitz 3 ja 

Estimate: $500-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 








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30290 Tempo gold Koban (Ryo) ND (1837-1858) AU (Surface 


Hairlines), Edo mint, KM-C22b, JDNA 09-21, Hartill-8.24 (ER). 
60x32mm. A very well-executed example, admitting the usual 
light marks and hairlines, though virtually pristine in the struck- 
up details. 


1837-1858-FA tk #4 (—M) . AU (Surface Hairlines), 
WLS MR. 6Ox322 kK, mE, EA RE SOR, 
A Eh A BE 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 








30291 Meiji “Clockwise Spiral” Yen Year 7 (1874) MS62 NGC, 


KM-YA25.2, JNDA 01-10. Variety with clockwise spiral in pearl. 
The second most elusive date in the series and the first year for 
this type, which proves incredibly fleeting towards the upper 
Mint State range—to date, none have been certified finer than 
an MS63 at NGC. Additionally endowed with shimmering amber 
tones, making this a clear target for type collectors. 


He -b4E (1874) —BSRe [IRR St He ie AK | . MS62 NGC. 

SERINE A MR St AR BT. AA A EBT, Ta Be th Ze 

BD WY a 7, "BP ue HI MSU BIT BR eZ XD. B4NGC 

ee We BCR SS ELBE PR BEA, I RR 
HE 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 








30292 Meiji Yen Year 11 (1878) MS62 PCGS, KM-YA25.2, JNDA 
01-10. Shallow veins variety. A very scarce variety for this second 
lowest mintage date within the Meiji Yen series, and one of only a 
handful of examples that have appeared at auction in recent years. 


Hie + —4# (1878) — Hak. MS62 PCGS. 

PERE AER K A Hist BMT Be IK, TERA. RULER 
AEE 7H AL 

Estimate: $1,200-$1,600 

Starting Bid: $600 








30293 Meiji Yen Year 38 (1905) MS65 NGC, KM-YA25.3. A mag- 
nificently toned gem whose surfaces exhibit intense icy luster, 
decorated in a deep sapphire hue to the obverse. Rarely found 
much finer than this, nor with a more unique aesthetic appeal. 


Hie =+/\4e (1905) —lan*. MS65 NGC. 

48 EID in. RIC, EMBRACE RBS. 
ERR, SBE — 78. 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





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30294 


30295 


Meiji Trade Dollar Year 9 (1876) MS62 Prooflike NGC, 
KM-Y 14, J&V-R3, JNDA 01-12. A considerably elusive and well- 
sought three-year type, which though often seen with a slightly 
Prooflike finish when located in Mint State, rarely has a bold 
enough level of surface reflectivity to merit the designation from 
the grading services. This is one of only a small handful certified 
to-date with this designation, and the second such example we 
have offered. 


HAIG 7L4F (1876) B74. MS62 Prooflike NGC. 
BGM, LHRH EE. LRM THAT BM 
RS Re, PARE TAA REUBEN AD UFA , 
RBA, Wee. Wa EY He — Bel MD 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





Meiji gold 5 Yen Year 3 (1870) MS65 PCGS, Osaka mint, 
KM-Y11, Fr-47, JNDA 01-3. Shallow Scales with Border. Of 
standout caliber for the type, with glowing golden brilliance 
punctuated by deeper tones in the legends and reverse banners. 
Though a touch of softness is visible in the central features this 
offering remains a clear gem in every respect. 


Hie =F (1870) let, MS65 PCGS. | 
KBGEWIR. PE, SOME, esc AY i 
een Be! 2. IEP ACHE BAY AR, IK 
Bstimaie $2,500-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,250 





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30296 





Meiji gold 5 Yen Year 6 (1873) MS64 NGC, Osaka mint, 
KM-Ylla, JNDA 01-3A. Semi-Prooflike, with sharp devices 
standing in bold contrast against flashy, lightly mirrored fields. 
Lustrous and worthy of scrupulous bidder consideration. 

Ex. Ministry of Finance Hoard 


Bia 7\4E (1873) Hes, MSG4NGC. ADCS HEIR, Ane Se 
Ae i “ea HEPA, Nhe TRAE, (EAA Te A 


Estimate: $1,200-$1,600 
Starting Bid: $600 





30297 





Meiji gold 5 Yen Year 45 (1912) MS65 PCGS, KM-Y33, JNDA 
01-8. Soundly struck, with resulting pinpoint definition expressed 
across each facet of the design, surrounded by golden brilliance 
that envelopes the struck features. Highly collectible in gem 
condition, and an example doubtlessly deserving of such certifi- 
cation. 


Hie +a (1912) Hla, MS65 PCGS. 

STi, BEETLE, SUMNER OLMAL, © 
HEAL oT, 1 Pe LEER. 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





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30298 Meiji gold 10 Yen Year 4 (1871) MS65+ NGC, Osaka mint, 


KM-Y12, JNDA 01-2. Variety without border. A very highly 
contested type at this gem level, with a gorgeous shimmer to the 
surfaces that appears nearly Prooflike. Needle sharp in all of the 
design elements, NGC has certified only a handful finer out of 
125 total in their census. 


HAG 4 (1871) +4, MS65+ NGC, 

ASE, HR tK. KFA NB, ae TH ARG EA He 
EE aN NEC HEER, eet, SA A297. AVNGC 
A FEW 2Z5 BCE BE BY EE 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 





30299 





Meiji gold 10 Yen Year 36 (1903) MS65 NGC, KM-Y33, JNDA 
1-7. A veritable gem with light tone that overlays the golden 
surfaces and endless luster that meanders the open, blemish-free 
fields, brightening the beautifully rendered design images in the 
process. Conditionally choice at this level of preservation, and 
most alluring as such. 

Ex. D. Moore Collection 


He=+74e (1903) +H4&'*. MS65 NGC, 
BSA NM Eh, SERDBCAKMBEL, LEBRER 
RRL, Pree Ane e+ E. ORK RRA, BED 


4B 

1 BD. Moore ® 3 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 
No Minimum Bid 





KOREA 





30300 





Tae Dong Treasury Department 2 Chon ND (1882-1883) MS61 
NGC, KM1082. With black enamel cloisonne. Impressively pre- 
served with very neat and unchipped obverse enameling and 
comparatively bright surfaces for an issue that typically ages to a 
darker hue. 


1882-18834 9¢ AR —3. MS61 NGC. 

EG thre EER. RAE, EMER BRR, Fl 
Se Te — Fae eR, WC RAHA 

Estimate: $700-$900 

No Minimum Bid 





30301 





Tae Dong Treasury Department 3 Chon ND (1882-1883) 
MS62 NGC, KM1083. With black enamel cloisonné. Displaying 
a mottled aged patina with the remainder of the obverse enamel 
nicely accenting the ‘Ho’ character. Difficult to find so near 
choice, with just 2 pieces certified a point finer at NGC. 


1882-18837 Bl AR = 4%. MS62 NGC. . a 
EM PRA EER, Maes eae, (P| Pe 
Ih, LEE BEAM IN — BCE i RE, URE — Ze 
TSNGCA FE I A 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 

No Minimum Bid 





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30302 Anonymous Purse-Shaped Marriage Chatelaine ND (c. 19th Century) XF, cf. Mandel-101.5, KCBC-Y-5 (for chatelaine), cf. 
Mandel-pp. 36-45 (for coin types). Chatelaine: 97x85mm. Ribbons vary from 210 to 255mm in length. Purse-shaped chatelaine with 
longevity symbol surrounded by five bats on one side, flying dragon surrounded by ten birds and legend on the other, including tassle 
and six ribbons containing a total of 46 Sang P’yong T’ong Bao seed coins. An extremely rare item, combining numismatic, art his- 
torical, and cultural historical interest. Chatelaines were historically gifted to brides on their wedding day and adorned with amulets for 
protection and/or coins for good luck, and were them hung within the home for the same purpose. A good portion of the coins incorpo- 
rated into this selection still show traces of the original red pigment typically found on pieces incorporated into these sorts of displays. 
While it appears that 4-6 ribbons have been lost, those that remain appear in very good condition, with little fraying or serious loss 
of pigment. Considerably difficult to locate in any condition with ribbons attached, our research suggesting that none have come to 
market since Stack’s sale of the Craig collection in 2014. One side displays a small inventory sticker from Mr. Opitz’s collection. 

Ex. Detroit Money Museum (Inventory no. 2-7-248) 
From the Charles J. Opitz Collection 


TUTE ALF te LS aR i. XB. 


KE fi 97 3 KX8SE AK, Fe HY IOS KE2SSEAAS. FRAN E HEM AAAREN AR, BA oe oe ae eS 
TAR Fey BE — AR HE, VA RE fe Fe Bit AME Zl 5 Sat BK BCS tek a Te FE — FH 4 CE PE AR Oh, Te HE i OE te 
IR ik LE PUA K AE Fe BH, Sh te LE RAE TR ST HR eR BE EAP, ROR AP Ko ee ET eR, BR 
BER X16. We HE BE AA BRE, te He i — fc dE A ON TE, te RTT LTD, fer eT 4 BOM BH AA, PI 
TEST BN tt FARR RY, EE, BRIS ARI TE FRI He CT NT a To Le HP LR Opie & ie 
LH EL: JER AF Se MTEL 4 BL (FEL E 2-7-2.48) 

HH: Charles J. Opitz7¢ 4 ja 


Estimate: $2,000-$4,000 
Starting Bid: $1,000 





30303 South Korea. Republic gold Proof “Turtle Ship” 5000 Won KE 4303 (1970) PR67 Ultra Cameo NGC, Valcambi mint, KM16.1. A low- 
mintage modern Proof which saw only 670 examples struck. 


19704F Fy ## | a, At | SOOO #E 7 2 4, PR67 Ultra Cameo NGC. 
Buf 2K Lee RR. RMT BU 12 SS 670K. 
Estimate: $1,200-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $600 





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NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES 





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30304 Tse Lee Yuen gold Bar of 5 Taels ND (c. 1950s) UNC, 


81x22mm. 187.03gm. 0.9999 fine gold. “Established in Macau 
Since 1867”. Dragon and Phoenix motif. Serial # 80985. A well- 
kept and highly lustrous example of this rare gold bar type. 


195044 it FIR 2 4 tk. UNC. 

#187.03%. BLE Kx22EK. TEMe. LA ARRAN oe |B 
1867478 Pi alar) , PAR AHEAD FE. HORA, ETCH N — ak 
Fi AD ko 

Estimate: $12,000-$15,000 

Reserve: $10,000 





MONGOLIA 








30305 Republic “Campbell’s Dwarf Hamster” 500 Tugrik 2015 


MS69 PCGS, KM-Unl. Struck in matte finish with crystals in the 
eyes of the hamster. 


2015 Fx eT EE SAA - KARE SOOM A BSR, 
MS69 PCGS., 

EVIE, EER ER SR RK do 

Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 








NEPAL 





30306 





Shah Dynasty. Tribhuvana Bir Bikram gold Ashraphi (Tola) 
VS 1992 (1935) MS62 NGC, KM727. A generally elusive type 
coin, with just two appearing in the NGC census, and surpris- 
ingly few crossing the auction block. The present offering appears 
highly lustrous, with ample die polish on the reverse and just a 
scattering of light wisps to keep the grade shy of choice. 


VS1992 (19354F) Jéja ftv PE ASEH 4 , MS62 NGC. 

— RE LAY JE EB, NCCI ERA PAK, E48 Bt a 
HK Bez MD, We tEeKe. RHAMHSEE, OH 
AM SCH 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





30307 


30308 


NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES 





Dutch Colony. United East India Company silver Specimen 
Duit 1757 SP65 PCGS, KM70a. Holland Issue. Labeled as a 
“Presentation” issue by PCGS for its Specimen characteristics, 
this impressive Duit features fully struck and utterly sharp fea- 
tures paired with glowing, lustrous fields. Quite rare in this 
format and condition. 


175744 4 /B REVEAL Duitshie"#, SP65 PCGS. 

fa MT. AL Re TT RW PCGS# A A Presentation! . # 
TTR, ROCAWEAR IC. KAP Te A EL 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,500 

Reserve: $2,500 





Dutch Colony. Batavian Republic Gulden 1802 MS65 NGC, 
K M83, Scholten-488. Among the finest of the type certified 
to-date, featuring golden highlights over highly lustrous surfaces, 
the central designs struck to admirable clarity throughout. 


18O24F at J HR EN RCAF bey C8 aE we 64 BY LJ. MS65 NGC. | 
EAM EGRONK, BRAEEE RE OERE, PREXB 
FY scat NA ER 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





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NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES 


30309 Dutch Colony. Willem III copper Pattern “Basket” Duit ND 





(1836) MS63 Brown NGC, KM-Pn21, Scholten-664 (RR). The 
sole certified, and quite possibly the finest known, survivor 
of this very rare duit pattern, and only the third example we 
have been able to locate coming to auction in the past 15+ years. 
Notably scarcer than the popular “Swan” duit, Scholten suggests 
that such patterns may have been produced to ascertain the exact 
cost of minting duits, or otherwise may have been struck by 
several firms who solicited the right to supply the planchets for 
duits in the Indies. From a visual perspective, the surfaces appear 
a glossy cocoa brown, fiery cupric red accents at the devices with 
hardly any of the usual evidence of corrosion. Likely even finer 
than the Scholten plate piece, and immensely desirable as such. 


18364 AM BRNEA TH) Duit 4. MS63 Brown 
NGC 


ME — — ALA BEEN | 46 Be | ELSE SP ta, TIS FG Fey AE BE SE BY — 7X0 ve, 

ERAHOR, THEM AWM LIIW, LEELA IK 

fh) HE AHES,, SALEBE Scholten) 4 HAE TE PE ALL 

SE IE AE Te, AE AA GLI aT 

SC Hts [ie BRP ENE AY SERS EY IL WEE Fe Bd ek EH, 

JR ARK ALLS BEAR, BORSA RRL, AM SAE, HEL De BR 
(Scholten) #FRN MEE, SAME. 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 


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30310 





Dutch Colony. Willem III Proof 1/4 Gulden 1858-(u) PR65 
NGC, Utrecht mint, KM305.1, Scholten-752 (unrecorded in 
Proof). The sole example of this extremely Proof striking we 
have been able to locate, and one of just two Proofs for the date 
in the NGC census, with apparently no other coming to auction 
in the past decade at least. Interestingly unrecorded as such in 
Scholten’s classic catalog, the surfaces are intensively reflective 
with needle-sharp detailing and a mottling of appealing tones. 


1858-(u)4F er) HPN EA Bl 1/4 J te LH, PROS NGC. 

HSC 38 J a AEE By ME — — i Ie] at 
#2, NGCHRE ERA TEE oh. WT EE fA aK AE 
H aLSx. ScholtenM HI ME PAY BARAK A. UO 
HCE Oa, ARNEL, A A. 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 
No Minimum Bid 


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30311 





Dutch Colony. Wilhelmina gold Proof Restrike 2-1/2 Cents 
1945 PR65 NGC, KM-Pn34, Scholten-Unl. A very rare off-metal 
strike based on the original design for the date produced by the 
United States at the Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco 
mints, which is speculated to have been struck in gold in the 
Netherlands sometime after 1945. Countermarked with a small 
serial number 206 after the E in INDIE, this piece offers deeply 
Proof surfaces awash with watery golden color. 


1945 4F ta RENE A] 2-1/2 ie se te 4, PROS NGC. 
HEE NSE, ESSE E ORIEN ELAR, RR 
HE te) Se Bl Se ah, AL Ah = TR TW Ee ee A A aT 
19454F (fa Bae, INDIEW TE) 4M wR HR 206. 
See Fe, BE HE, 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





30312 





Sumatra. United East India Company copper Specimen 
Keping AH 1202 (1787) SP58 Brown PCGS, KM257.1, 
Scholten-957, Prid-32. A sharp specimen example revealing 
minimal rub to the higher features and glossy, cocoa brown sur- 
faces. 


AH 1202 (17874) BPI AHR er RV EA al Keping $4 tk 
. SP58 Brown PCGS. _ 

FUN RRRA. BIE, ARE AS BER, 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Reserve: $3,000 





30313 





Java. British Administration 1/2 Rupee AH 1229 (1813/1814) 
AUS55 PCGS, KM246, Scholten-593 (RRR). A very scarce type 
showing minimal evidence of circulation and a light lime green 
patina. 


AH1229 (1813/18144F) %/8 We£1/2)e tt. AUSS PCGS. 
AE ey Ze LEY ak, RA, BRR EAC. 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,500 

Reserve: $1,500 





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SOUTH AFRICA 


PHILIPPINES 








30314 


Republic gold Proof “Diplomacy with China” Medal 1975 
PR63 Deep Cameo PCGS, Honeycutt-706. 40mm. The first 
example of this intriguing ‘friendship’ medal we have encoun- 
tered, featuring the join busts of Philippine President Marcos and 
Chinese Chairman Mao Zedong. AGW 1.125 oz. 


19754F [SEA S| te ee, PRES Deep Cameo PCGS, 
408K, Oe E1.125e 7], MARKRFSNKHSE, RAR 
RK. LA IFAM RA REIER E aR. 

Estimate: $1,800-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $900 





SINGAPORE 





30315 





Republic gold Proof “Rooster” 500 Dollars 1981-SM PR70 
Ultra Cameo NGC, Singapore mint, KM21. Mintage: 12,000. 


1981-SM4t 38 4F + W500 7! &"*,. PR70 Ultra Cameo 
NGC, 

Br OE RK. BAT 212,0004K. 

Estimate: $800-$900 

No Minimum Bid 





SOUTH AFRICA 





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30316 Republic gold “Veld” Pond 1902 AU Details (Mount Removed) 
NGC, Pilgrims Rest mint, KM11, Fr-4, Hern-Z54. One of report- 
edly only 968 examples of this soldier’s pay coinage struck during 
the Boer War, with its overall charismatic design—much more 
endearing that the earlier Kaalponds—and generally low mintage, 
leading many to be mounted and used in jewelry in the years fol- 
lowing the conflict. Despite this, the noted mount removal seems 
to have caused little disturbance to the surfaces, which show com- 
parably light handling. An ever-popular type, and a veritable must 
of the South African series. 


190244 BE” Veld” Pond4"*, AU Details (Mount Removed) 
NGC, 

(S)E RM mais i. AE, 2A RS LR 3 J 968 
HL, te HER W LE. tk Ba ee eth ER bk, A BY 
Kaalponds® AEE, 7 ie 1k ar BK, Bik Ze 3 8 
apo BTA TEER IN REE ole" Wa, SER AE AS aS EY JL AU 
ot 7 EE, BATS Aa WE AL DAL, ie 7 AE 
SEE each BS waa oy BAL, gals LT BY LE, SOPRA ANAM FEL 
Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 


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STRAITS SETTLEMENTS 








30317 British Colony. Victoria Cent 1885 MS62 Brown PCGS, 


KM9a. A conditionally rare date, featuring predominantly toned 
over surfaces with contrasting red highlights along the devices 
and peripheries, touches of deeper steel-hued patination visible 
throughout. 


188545 3 m1 wk 7 3 isi. MS62 Brown PCGS. 
= Ee 2 UR SH oe, SEI CORN tel RY 


7a AHH, 
HA Eh 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 
Reserve: $3,000 





30318 





British Colony. Victoria 5 Cents 1871 MS63+ NGC, Royal 
mint, KM10, Prid-122. The first date in the series, featuring sea 
green and azure toning over alluringly lustrous surfaces. 


187 146 3% JB i Rt Bll, MS63+ NGC. 

BRIER. LANA ATOM, BANKER L BHR 
6, AUK BE ELE 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Reserve: $3,000 





30319 





British Colony. Edward VII 20 Cents 1902 MS64 NGC, KM22. 
An exceedingly frosty and nearly fully struck example. Tied for 
second-finest certified to-date across both PCGS and NGC. 


190244 # JB elk LR 2071, MS64 NGC, 
oe se T EE, NGCKPCGSE¢KAPYH HED BLA, TH 


Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 
Starting Bid: $500 





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30320 British Colony. Edward VII Dollar 1903-B MS64 PCGS, 


Bombay mint, KM25. With incuse “B” mintmark. Fully struck, 
with broad, raised rims and watery fields whose mirrored nature 
is only reduced by a natural silver patina which can be seen to 
the obverse and reverse alike, contrasting against a thin section 
of honeyed tone near the peripheries. A stellar specimen whose 
overall characteristics lend the appearance of a special striking. 
Tied for finest certified by PCGS out of a population of over 90 
seen to-date. 


1903-B4F 3% Je is uk 7 d= El. MS64 PCGS. 

ZEW. BOR IB). IRR, Hobie, RACE, + 
BGR ELIE, TRA BGR. Ve IRIS — Hees LS, ATLA, 
EFETS. PCCSAFEIOA# HF A Hn 

Estimate: $5,000-$6,000 

Reserve: $5,000 








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The Dr. Norman Jacobs Collection 


As part of this auction are pleased to present a stellar selection of Thai coinage from the renowned Dr. Norman 
Jacobs Collection. Below you will find just a short introduction to the life and journey of this accomplished collector. 


Dr. Jacobs’ interest in numismatics began as a young boy in New York City in the 1930s, sifting through loose 
change. He would work his way up the street, asking for change for a dollar at one store, remove anything he needed, 
and then exchanging the coins for a new dollar at the next store. This was also when he became curious about Asia 
after striking up a friendship with the owner of a Chinese laundry in his neighborhood. He graduated Townsend 
Harris High School at 15, and City College at 18. He studied Asian society during those years, starting his library in 
second-hand bookstores. He joined the Army in 1942 with a close friend, and together they applied for the Japanese 
language school; just before deployment, they received word and headed to the University of Michigan for studies 
(the rest of their unit was sent to Europe, and none survived). 


After completing language training, Lt. Jacobs was posted to the Philippines as an intelligence officer to translate 
captured documents, including an initial translation of the Japanese surrender document. He served in Tokyo with 
the occupation forces, working on agricultural reform. He began collecting old Japanese coins and banknotes during 
the currency exchange, as the populace exchanged their older coins for new ones. He would buy sacks of old coins 
from the bank and spent his evenings searching for needed pieces. A more ranking officer introduced him to a senior 
director of the Bank of Japan, who in turn introduced him to Mr. Isao Gunji, curator of the Bank’s rare coins. Mr. 
Gunji educated Lt. Jacobs on Japanese numismatics, and also introduced him to collectors interested in selling their 
coins and banknotes. Many of the most important items in his collections were purchased with Mr. Gunji’s help. 


Jacobs and a collector friend learned that the U.S. Military Government planned to melt down all the old coins in the 
Osaka Mint, including the Mint’s collection of rare dates and patterns. After unsuccessfully lobbying to save the col- 
lection, they negotiated with the Mint to trade, ounce for ounce, common silver and copper coins in exchange for the 
rare patterns. With joint permission secured, they rescued a number of key patterns from early-Meiji and mid-Taisho 
years before the rest were lost to melting. 


Lt. Jacobs also met Japan’s most famous coin (and bonsai) collector, Mr. Keibun Tanaka, whose family had built the 
first western-style shoe factory in Japan at the beginning of the Meiji era. Keibun Tanaka had amassed a vast collec- 
tion of coins, most of which were donated to the Bank of Japan (and which form the core of their Japanese collection 
today). Mr. Tanaka contributed further to his education, and as a mark of their mutual respect, Mr. Tanaka gifted him 
a complete set of silver and copper Meyji 9 proof coins when he left Japan. 


After returning to the U.S., Dr. Jacobs attended Harvard University and received his Ph.D. in Sociology. His disserta- 
tion was published in 1958 as The Origins of Modern Capitalism and East Asia (a study of how social structure in 
Japan and China led to their paths of economic development). Unable to secure a faculty position, in 1951 he joined 
Bob Friedberg’s Capitol Coin Company as an Asian coin specialist. During his tenure there, he wrote Japanese 
Coinage and contributed to the first edition of Friedberg’s Gold Coins of the World. He continued to add to his East 
Asian coins and banknotes as various collections came on the market; he acquired his Meiji 3 10 yen gold pattern and 
other items from the famous Farouk Collection auction in 1954. 


In 1953, Dr. Norman Jacobs (with Cornelius Vermeule) wrote the first English language book on Japanese numismat- 
ics that covered both ancient and modern coins. It was also the first publication (in any language) to catalog Japanese 
coins by date and type, and it opened the world of Japanese (and modern Korean) coinages to western collectors. 


In 1955, Dr. Jacobs left Capitol Coins and moved to Taiwan to teach; on the way there, he met the woman who would 
become his wife. A year later, she joined him in Taiwan, and the couple was married in a ceremony conducted by 
Madame Shang Kai-shek’s personal pastor. After working in Washington for American University, he joined USAID 
and served for two years in Iran, where (as the only government employee speaking Japanese) he had the amazing 
opportunity to meet and converse in Japanese with the visiting Crown Prince (now Emperor Akihito) of Japan. 


On his return to the States, Dr. Jacobs formally joined academics as a professor of Asian Sociology, first at the 
University of Kansas, and then at the University of Illinois. During that period, he and his family spent yearlong 
sabbaticals in Japan and Thailand (where he served on a discussion panel with the Thai King), as well as a six-month 
teaching stint in Korea. He published many papers and books on Iran, Thailand, Korea and India. After retiring from 
academics in 1990, he donated his collection of roughly 22,000 books, pamphlets, and monographs to Dickinson 
College, providing its students with one of the most extensive Asian libraries in America. His interest in numismatics 
never waned, and he acquired additional pieces throughout his life. He also contributed to other numismatic books, 
including Alan Craig’s Korean Coinage and Michael Cummings’ Modern Japanese Coinage, and was a regular con- 
tributor to Krause Publications’ Standard Catalog of World Coins. 


Dr. Jacobs passed away in 2004, but his legacy as a foremost, if not pioneering, collector and educator lives on. We 
are proud to present these selections from his historic collection, and we both hope and believe that you will find 
them as fascinating as we do. 


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30321 Rama III copper Proof 2 Keping Token CS 1197 (1835) PR64 Brown NGC, Birmingham mint, KM-Tn1, Prid-54A (under Singapore), 
Sweeny-Unl., Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 147, Plate FO2. Mintage: 500. Considerably more difficult to acquire in any state whatsoever as com- 
pared to the contemporaneous ‘Lotus’ tokens, this gorgeously toned issue is outranked by only a single piece in the NGC census. According to 
LeMay, these were reportedly imported into Siam in 1835 for use in trade with Singapore and to replace the contemporary ‘bullet’ coinage—a 
story not relayed by Krisadaolarn and Mihailovs—though they ultimately failed and were never officially put into circulation. 


18354F j= 12 Keping 754K". PR64 Brown NGC. 

{lB Rae HE. ATES OOH. HMRI TE UR RGIS AE AL, Ee RUSE TE AR SCAR WO EU LE, BEAM E RNGCR ABP 
BRAC, Aa LeMay®t 36, BL APIA A 1835 5] AGERE, VE OB IN, RE ATR, ER LE REIN, A 
Fle AC IE AeA. Krisadaolarnk Mihailovs see (FP AAA Ge RL UE, ETE. 

HH EL: wer SQ Ae A SO TL Se 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 


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30322 Rama III copper 2 Keping Token ND CS 1197 (1835) UNC 


Details (Environmental Damage) NGC, Birmingham mint, 
KM-Tn2, Prid-55 (under Singapore), Sweeny-Unl., Krisadaolarn/ 
Mihailovs-pg. 147, Plate F03. Mintage: 500. A highly sought-after 
token type produced as samples in England. Although the noted 
environmental damage has left a heavily stippled finish to the 
fields, the remainder of the detail remains fully intact thanks to 
a sound strike, and the whole of the piece has developed a deep 
coffee patina. 


1835473} =2 Keping KK, UNC Details 
(Environmental Damage) NGC. 

Tae I. BT B500#C FEA Dal EET Ta SC TE AB HN BK SA. 
(i Al See tA See RA a BT SER, eR A A ee, 
AER, MME 2 oper e., 

HH El: wer Se AE AB St EL SE RG 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 





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30323 Rama IV copper Pattern “Royal Gift” 1/8 Baht (Fuang) ND 


(1857-1858) MS63 Brown NGC, Bangkok mint(?), KM-Pnl, 
cf. LeMay-pp. 94-95, Plate XXII, 4 (unlisted in copper), 
Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 152, Plate F12. Bannakan (‘Royal 
Gift’) issue. A very difficult pattern to locate at all, let alone in 
any meaningful condition, featuring a clearly Prooflike finish 
over glossy cocoa surfaces free of tone. This appears to be the 
first example to become available at auction in many decades, and 
likely represents the sole certified example between either NGC 
or PCGS. Mislabeled on the holder as KM-Pn6, and a standard 1/8 
Baht pattern. 
1857-18584F 73% tt | SB SEE | 1/8 483% (Fuang) stk 
#, MS63 Brown NGC. 

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Be TH AF FH CARE MME MAS, EHUB, JER 
tk, Esl tl RO ERROR, BARRE]. A2OL2ERE 
kW SEAN E, NGCAPCCS—HEAE LOB AR. HAHA E 
ae A KM-PnOK Hl. 

HH EL: ats TE AG TEL eh, 

Estimate: $4,000-$6,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 








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Rama IV silver “Royal Gift” 1/8 Baht (Fuang) ND (1857-1858) MS63 NGC, Bangkok mint, KM-X11, LeMay-pp. 94-95, Plate XXII, 4, 
Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 152, Plate F10. Plain edge. Bannakan (‘Royal Gift’) issue. A truly stunning ‘pattern’ type, representing the first 
modern machine-made coinage of Rama IV—thanks to the generous gift of a minting plant by Queen Victoria in 1857—and virtually unknown 
at auction according to our research. While the Bannakan issues, featuring a recognizably different elephant design, were at least largely intend- 
ed as gifts for the British Queen, Krisadaolarn and Mihailovs distinguish between Proof strikings produced in England and non-Proof pieces, 
some of which were intended for circulation locally. Displaying some minor die rust in the fields as is emblematic of the Bangkok mint for the 
period, the design otherwise appears fully expressed and lustrous, with golden toning accents that add a further degree of quality. Mislabeled on 
the holder as KM-Pn20, a pattern striking of the later circulation issue. 


1857-18585 435 WU tt | Se ee | 1/8 288k (Fuang) $k. MS63 NGC. 

Beis eK. Ibe. FUERA Fe BL LIN AS FERRE HOM BYE By BAM 18574 Re SMES All eK eR ee 
EY Fee 2 EAMES, ies eink eae BAe (Bannakan) #¥'#, Krisadaolarn and Mihailovs #38 Hi a 38 Hy He BEE 
SLA A — FA , mise Ae & Fill ie oe SY FA, HIRE LAY ARR BTA Tel, HGR SRE Bh hat A Ze Re JL. LT ie IR 
Dr, Tyla Se RL REE, eae REN A OT, & SELES, Pa a 3, SBE EREREE. FRABLREAKM-Pn20, ARR 
HK. WE: eee eet SM 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 


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30325 





Rama IV copper Pattern 1/4 Baht (Salung) ND (1860) AU Details (Surface Hairlines) NGC, KM-Pn6, Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 157, Plate 
F22. A remarkably handsome specimen for the designation, appearing very near to Mint State save for some light friction atop the highest points 
of the design, which are usually a bit weakly struck. Despite being designated as hairlined on the holder, the surfaces appear notably original and 
clean, with the recessed portions of the design revealing die polish and, on the reverse, rosaceous tones. 


186044 403% 1/4 RoR (Salung) sil tK4, AU Details (Surface Hairlines) NGC, _ ; 

le] 2M ES EAE BY — BR ERY Hic ey Re ABD EI SD, AR REE SEA RHE. — PC i ey J BEY RE EA ER, ET RR Ht 
tH, MBRAARABR, FORRELR. 

He: Ee AEA HE a & a 

Estimate: $500-$700 

No Minimum Bid 





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30326 Rama IV copper Pattern “Royal Gift” 1/2 Baht (2 Salung) ND (1857-1858) XF (Tooled), Bangkok mint(?), KM-Unl. (cf. KM-X13 for silver 
issue, noted as Rare), cf. LeMay-pp. 94-95, Plate XXII, 2 (this denomination unlisted), Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pp. 152-153, Plates F12 & F13. 
28mm. 8.22gm. Bannakan (‘Royal Gift’) type. An extraordinary and very rare pattern issue, likely produced in anticipation for the first machine- 
struck silver coinage of Thailand, which was made on a hand-operated press given to Rama IV by Queen Victoria in 1857, and was intended as 
a gift for the queen. Featuring a distinctive elephant from the standard circulation issues, the edges of the piece appear to have been smoothed 
down, perhaps for use in a bezel. Sold with old collector flip from Dr. Jacobs. 
1857-18584F 4138 Wi te | SMA 1/2488% (2 Salung) SAR. XF (Tooled). _— 

A Le He (2). 282k, 8.2256. mth mM HaR HZ ae wa iE A ee EIR B79 8 He OL HN A, Et Ze TE Aa Te IK 
nee Sle BEAR ao SE TT IN SRE, PREY aL PR KAR, RMUP ORES, TRS RE. Me eRe 
HH EL: er TE AG Hy TELS ee, 

Estimate: $1,000-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $500 

30327 Rama IV 1/2 Baht (2 Salung) ND (1860) AU55 NGC, KM-Y10.1. An appealing and lightly circulated example of this type bearing the widely 

recognized obverse elephant motif. Sold with collection envelope. 
186047 455 0 tt 1/2 ae oR J Salung). AU55 NGC 
EY POR ORT, LO CE K, EG@RAwee RAVE. MA AEH 
Estimate: $200. it 
No Minimum Bid 
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30329 Rama IV 2 Baht (1/2 Tamlung) ND (c. 1863) VF30 NGC, 
Bangkok mint, KM-Y12, Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 156, Plate 
F16. A presentable representative of this coveted largest milled 
silver denomination, the noted wear, while in-line with the des- 
ignation, remarkably non-detracting due to its even situation over 
the highpoints, with a charming stone-gray patina adding yet 
further allure. 


4) 1863424035 GS tt2 #4 (1/2 Tamlung) . VF30 NGC. 
BAGH, BAA, BOLE AIA. UR URREA, Ht 
Ett, AAS, HOPE AR, ACA I Ok, RG PE 
TRS Y SCHERER, GK EAL ME RHR Y. 

HEL: Bae Se TEAS Be TE 

Estimate: $300-$500 

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30328 Rama IV silver “Royal Gift” Baht ND (1857-1858) AU55 
NGC, Bangkok mint, KM-X14, LeMay-pp. 94-95, Plate XXII, 2, 
Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 152, Plate F12 (same dies). Bannakan 
(‘Royal Gift’) issue. Mintage: 2400. A significant rarity within 
the milled Thai series, representing the first milled coinage of the 
kingdom and the first struck in Bangkok. Produced from charac- 
teristically rusted dies, we have been able to locate only a single 
other example having appeared at auction in Hong Kong in April 
2011, which brought $4000. 


1857-18584F 40 3% Bo tt | AE | 148s. AUSS NGC. 
Ree, RIE (Bannakan) AF). #47 2, 400%. # 
Bd See ay eu, AR ra BRA, IS Ay Ee CK oo 1 
Fil ae SHR EL Aa SURE. TH HL, BORA Ab BCE 201A 
EBV AOOOR LRA. 

iH ELS er Be AE AB TEE LS 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,500 

Starting Bid: $1,250 








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30330 Rama IV gold 2-1/2 Baht (Pat Dueng) ND (1863) MS64 NGC, 





Bangkok mint, KM-Y13, Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 163, Plate 
F31. An appealing selection of the type, cleanly struck and 
lustrous, with a slight ghosting of the concentric circles of the 
elephant and chakra design visible upon the opposite face, a 
seemingly commonplace characteristic for this smaller gold type. 
An important denomination of the Thai series, and highly collect- 
ible in this admirable state of preservation. Sold with collection 
envelope. 


18634F 413% tt2-1/248k (Pat Dueng) #1. MS64 NGC, 

AAV we HE AR EY — AL, PRAT ARR, ie KP R FP TH Be BS 
A) PTL 7S IRE TE TSA AHN BE et ET, ye KAN Al ce EHP 
es en BURY 2, RAF ARR, BOGE. EN HR 


HH El: er SAE AB Ht EL SE HR 
Estimate: $2,000-$2,500 
Starting Bid: $1,000 





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30331 Rama IV gold 4 Baht (Pit) ND (1863) MS63 NGC, Bangkok 


mint, KM-Y14, Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 163, Plate F31. 
Struck to a foreign weight standard. A very noteworthy grade 
for this better gold issue, with the fact that most were kept as 
keepsakes leading many to be used in jewelry, with all the accom- 
panying issues of cleaning, tooling, and mounting. To-date, only 5 
examples have certified finer at NGC than the present piece, four 
of those clustered at MS64 and just one standing as a clear outlier 
at MS66. 


1863 H1 3% Wo tt eK (Pit) aelhF, MS63 NGC. 
SAEWR, HE PEDERSON 
Bo RERER AEA ae, AILS RA eB, BREA A 
Yi, KG, Bh, ASHE RA RD, HEE, NCCE ALE 
MEE D Re BE, SP OA A MSG4, tice AK MS66, 

LH ELS wer SQ Ae Heh STL LS 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,500 

Starting Bid: $1,250 








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30332 Rama IV gold 8 Baht (Tot) ND (1863) MS63 NGC, Bangkok 
mint, KM-Y15, LeMay-Unl., Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 163, 
Plate F31. A very fleeting choice rendition of this fiercely con- 
tested largest gold type of Thailand, and an issue that almost 
universally comes poorly struck. While the features do display 
a general softness, hardly an ounce of serious handling is detect- 
able anywhere across the surfaces, with clusters of frosty luster in 
the protected regions of the design, together with concentric die 
polish, easily visible on the reverse. Presently tied for the second 
finest certified at NGC, with none graded gem or higher. 


18634F 13% BD t+8 Aes% (Tot) ae, MS63 NGC. | 
RANE. Bla AWN — aK, AR EL. SAE Ap 
Bie TREE ETE TA, ARE oe. HE OR HE RE yf WE SE SE 
R, AW SMR, ERS ROMA, HEME. EPA 
SURO, ATRL. NGCAREHES BH, HG ED te RV 
EDS, ERIE 

tH EL: er Se HE AS Hip TL A He 

Estimate: $4,000-$6,000 

Starting Bid: $2,000 


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30333 Rama IV 4 Baht (Tamlung) ND (1864) AU55 NGC, Bangkok 
mint, KM-YA12, Kann-pg, 332/333, Plate 139, LeMay-pg. 94, 
Plate XXII, 1, Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 158, Plate F23. A 
classic rarity of the Thai series, struck to commemorate Rama 
IV’s 60th birthday. While the obverse of the type displays the 
familiar crown motif commonplace in Thai coinage of the era, the 
reverse exhibits a more unique design, with the central inscrip- 
tion “Kingdom of Siam’, surrounded by the Chinese inscription 
“Cheng Ming Tung Pao” (Negotiable Currency of Cheng Ming). 
The issue is commonly viewed as a presentation piece (and is 
noted as such on the Dr. Norman Jacobs collection envelope 
included with the lot), which was never released for official cir- 
culation. Clearly examples did see exchange to some extent, 
however, as this offering’s condition reveals. That fact noted, 
the current example exhibits exceedingly little actual wear, with 
primarily just a scattering of light and non-distracting marks 
being all that preclude a finer designation, the eye appeal aided 
by a darkening of the outer ring that frames the lustrous central 
regions. For all practical purposes an exceptional rarity, one made 
only more desirable by an illustrious pedigree. Sold with collec- 
tion envelope. 


18644 20 3% Ol He Rp BAe 4#& &% (Tamlung)sk##*, AU55 NGC. 
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Sans $10,000-$15,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 





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30334 Rama IV Counterstamped Dollar ND (1858-1860) VF35 


NGC, KM-C141.1, LeMay-pg. 95, Plate XXII, 5, Krisadaolarn/ 
Mihailovs-pg. 148, Plate F05. Displaying Mongkut and Chakra 
countermarks on a Mexico 8 Reales 1856 Zs-MO (cf. KM377.13). 
Of notably greater scarcity than the relatively common Chinese- 
chopmarked 8 Reales, these Thai counterstamped pieces were 
supposedly produced by the Treasury—though Krisadaolarn 
and Mihailovs state that they were privately countermarked in 
Bangkok—during a shortage of ‘bullet’ type coinage. Perhaps a 
bit conservatively graded, with sharp details in the peripheries. 


1858-18604F 4736 tt 103 1704, VF35 NGC. 
18564F ATS TRE A SK 7G, 7m Be HR Bee sir FO EEN SE, HEL 
WE PMA SVRE TSR OE, AAA RBA ms eR, AM 
Krisadaolarn& Mihailovs ££ & # # Fl at Fy KE ALA re, VANE 
ye eS GRE ADR, ULE RR, JEL AB EN YT PT FE 

HEL: aa HE AS EE Ee 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 








30335 Rama V copper-nickel Pattern 1/2 Att (Solot) CS 1236 
(1874) MS63 NGC, London mint, KM-Unl. (cf. KM-Y17 for 
standard issue), LeMay-Unl., Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-Unl. 
An intriguing pattern from this relatively short-lived mono- 
gram coinage that was only produced for circulation in copper. 
Although Krisadaolarn and Mihailovs note that “off-metal strikes 
are reported, but so far all specimens observed by the authors 
appeared to be ordinary plated strike coins’, this does not appear 
to be the case on the present specimen; the strike is exception- 
ally sharp, with glassy luster around the devices producing a 
nearly specimen-quality finish. For comparison, we note that a 
similar piece appeared in Superior’s May 1995 sale of the Irving 
Goodman Collection (lot 537). Toned to a mild lilac hue, it is sure 
to garner fierce bidding amongst collectors. 


187446 473% Ht 1/2 Att (Solot) #4 Gate, MS63 NGC. 

tit BCE . AR RAE TT Se A , BAT ER A, RAS 
HIE Atal. Krisadaolarn& Mihailovs @4#% 8 422) le 
4 WE Tie Ay EL Bi, Mee Pt LR 7 HE DAE |, RS a 
HE GA Ee — sik. UCB EV RW IE, TB Fe EL Sit SE, SE 
FR eK, 1995445 ASuperiorq4# Yea ee Crving 
Goodman) 4 i'l —AC AU Se. ORR tt RET ER, H 
AGF Hh HERE SOG] AS Te BC FRR PNP EBL 0 

HEL: er HEAR HT Ta EE ek 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 





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30336 Rama V copper Pattern 1/8 Baht (Fuang) ND (1868) MS64 





NGC, Uncertain English mint, KM-Pn21, cf. Krisadaolarn/ 
Mihailovs-pg. 164, Plate F32 (this denomination not listed). An 
essentially Proof striking in spite of the designation, with subdued 
dark-chocolate brown surfaces revealing a considerable Prooflike 
sheen of sky-blue color when rotated in hand. For comparison, we 
note that a PR64 Red & Brown example brought $3200 in August 
2010. A fully covetable issue only fully appreciable in-hand, and 
worthy of a premium bid. 


186844 413% L1H 1/8 RS ( (Fuang) ¢ ) 4, MS64 NGC, 

BEAM AR RE SCARE IE AY SOR, AR ER RA 
Bek, SLY SB LES het. 2010448F %—kPRO4 
Red & Brown WSK HE(E3, 200% TBM, EAS Win RA A 
Fi, SE ai TE UNA RAR RE 

HEL: Be ES TL Se 

ee $1,500-$2,000 


Starting Bid: $750 





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30337 Rama V silver Essai 1/4 Baht (Salung) RS 128 (1909) MS66 


NGC, Paris mint, KM-E2, VG-Unl., LeMay-Unl., Krisadaolarn/ 
Mihailovs-pg. 181, Plate F55. By Henri-Auguste Patey. An 
already excessively rare essai that escalates to an entirely new tier 
of conditional scarcity at this supreme gem Mint State level, with 
seemingly none certified finer at either NGC or PCGS. Over the 
past 15+ years of auction records, we have been able to locate only 
a single other example being available—an MS65 which brought 
nearly $13,000 in our August 2014 ANA Sale #3033 (lot 23404). 
Clearly carefully stored away not long after its production, the 
present piece has developed an appealing rainbow of iridescent 
tones on the reverse, pairing nicely with the natural salt-gray of 
the surfaces. Kicking off a three piece Essai set that serves as a 
cornerstone of this selection of Thai coins from the Dr. Norman 
Jacobs Collection, the offering is sure to come fiercely contested. 


19094F 473% Ht /44R5k (Salung) $24 lani MS66 NGC. 
Ee eK, BERG Henri-Augste Pateywm, FOR TAM 
AESSAIZR, BOS HRI, eR ee 
Beet ee, NGCAPCGSA FET HEE i & 15 4F 4H Hf aloe 
Het — 70 Tek SWE DA HE 13, OOO FE Ue HE TAL 2, HERE le 
20148 A ANA#303344 8 Hi & Gist pee Ho 
EL REND ESR, HORE ORE RA 
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= BAR BZ A, BET RY AR AT BE. 

HEL: ier TEAS Hr aE Se ek 

ete $8,000-$12,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 


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30338 Rama V nickel Pattern 1/2 Baht (2 Salung) ND (1868) MS65 NGC, Uncertain English mint, KM-Pn26, cf. Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 164, 
Plate F32 (this denomination not listed). Plain edge. An impressive pattern emission from the beginning of Rama V’s reign, clearly drawing 


heavy inspiration from the coinage of his predecessor. Featuring heavy die polish and noticeably Prooflike reverse, this is only the third example 
we have handled and is difficult to imagine much finer. 


1868 4F 4055 HH 1/248k (2 Salung) Sete. MS65 NGC. 

RBS, RT. oe. eH a EBT, CAN RRA. TARAS HE EBT, LAB ARR, ff AR SR ORE AH 
DIE, MELAS ADE = Be, IPERS. 

HH El: we TEAS Hy TR Be et 

Estimate: $1,000-$1,500 

Starting Bid: $500 





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30339 Rama V silver Essai 1/2 Baht (2 Salung) RS 128 (1909) MS64 NGC, Paris mint, KM-E3, VG-Unl., LeMay-Unl., Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 


181, Plate F55. By Henri-Auguste Patey. By all measures a classic rarity of the machine-made Thai series, virtually unattainable in any condition, 
and perhaps even rarer that the Essai 1/4 Baht and Baht of the same set, with the 1/2 Baht remaining entirely unpriced in the Standard Catalog 
of World Coins. Originally ordered by Rama V during his visit to Europe as denominations intended for circulation, the coins did not reach 
Thailand from the Paris mint until after Rama V’s early death—with the Baht, the only coin with any of its mintage released, largely melted 
down. Representing the last issue of the monarch as such, the coin at hand displays a delightful mottled toning and notable device frost. While we 
can locate no recent comparables, the Standard Catalog notes that a raw BU example brought $23,000 in Taisei’s September 1997 Auction 25. 


19094F 473% HHH 1/2 484% (2 Salung) 4h ste, MS64 NGC. . 
EB Rie HR. KA AU AESSAL, — ak MEHL HY AR BD FE HY SR, th ap we A BE, AR A EVAR, be RTL /A LAR SR TRS Fy ELS RR 
HE ERA A ORS OA fo i KA OF tH oe BF RO Se, RRR. EHO HET, RRR RELE 
COFFE be EL te EE RAR, Sk TL RRA BEAT, SCOR RE ae SE Dy ti Bh THE a PP Sc oS, We A TB a EE ERR, 
TF AEE AR AE AR LAH BATH aL, 19974F OF Ae A BVA 23,000 Tue HEA AK BUR ITA, ERAS, 

Hh El: wis SAE A 

Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 


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30340 Rama V nickel Pattern Baht ND (1868) MS63 NGC, Uncertain 


English mint, KM-Pn26, Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 164, Plate 
F32. Plain edge. A radiant specimen awash with sunset tones 
that dually serve both to brighten the surfaces and increase the 
contrast against the devices. Remarkably handsome for the grade 
and fully choice, showing hardly a stray mark of any serious con- 
sequence. 


18684F 4 Fh He 1 ARK A ta E. MS63 NGC. 

LHe, ERT. LE. KEW, Fe ee 
AW, ARAL EH, BORE KA. EO, TS 
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HH EL: wer EAS OT TL Se HR 

Estimate: $1,500-$2,000 

Starting Bid: $750 











30341 Rama V silver Essai Baht RS 127 (1908) AU58 NGC, Paris 
mint, KM-El, VG-4661 var. (engraver’s signature to left of bust), 
LeMay-Unl., Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 181, Plate F55 var. 
(engraver’s signature to left of bust). By Henri-Auguste Patey. 
Engraver’s signature at the king’s right (viewer’s left) shoulder. 
Seemingly the scarcest variety of this already remarkably dif- 
ficult essai, featuring a different positioning of the engraver’s 
signature than on the majority of examples—most specimens 
plated in catalogs and appearing at auction having it above the 
king’s left (viewer’s right) shoulder; Krisadaolarn and Mihailovs 
note the existence of such varieties as “very rare.” This is only the 
second such representative that we have seen, the last appearing 
in our 2012 CICF Auction #3019. Struck in brilliant finish with 
light russet tones and only minimal handling. 


1908 4 43 Th tt ARK SR AE, AUS8 NGC. 

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(#3019) qH58. WARS R, Ste EDR, AUTH tk 

tH El: wer EA Le ah 

Estimate: $5,000-$7,000 

Starting Bid: $2,500 





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30342 Rama V Baht RS 127 (1908) AU55 NGC, Paris mint, KM-Y39, 


LeMay-Plate XXVIII, 11 & 12, Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 
181, Plate F54. Jubilee issue. A classic rarity and only a one-year 
type from a period in Thai coinage that sees remarkably few 
high-grade coins survive. Frequently found used in jewelry, well- 
circulated, or cleaned, the coin at hand shows a clear definition 
to the strike that is usually lacking, accentuated further by navy 
tones against soft dove-gray devices. Only two examples have 
been certified finer by NGC, only one of which has achieved Mint 
State. 


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Starting Bid: $1,500 





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30343 Rama V copper Pattern 2 Baht (1/2 Tamlung) ND (1868) 


MS65 NGC, Uncertain English mint, KM-Pn30, LeMay-Unl., 
Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs- pg. 164, Plate F32. Plain edge. A truly 
fantastic Thai pattern rarity, with this copper striking appearing 
to be considerably scarcer than its nickel cousins, and the overall 
appeal bolstered to an entirely new level by its gem designation. 
Remarkably the second example of the type we have had the 
privilege to handle—seemingly no others having come to auction 
in the meantime—the surfaces have aged to an engaging cobalt 
hue. Almost certainly the finest graded and an unmissable oppor- 
tunity. 


1868444035 BH 2RER (1/2 Pay de ) SAAR eRe NGC. 
Le ET tae Eds 

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He 7 Fe BH BE Eo LS, AF in? a 48, a8 iH 

HEL: er TEAS Hr eek 

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30344 Rama V nickel Pattern 2 Baht (1/2 Tamlung) ND (1868) MS63 


NGC, Uncertain English mint, KM-Pn3l, cf. Krisadaolarn/ 
Mihailovs-pg. 164, Plate F32 (this denomination not listed in 
nickel). Plain edge. An alluring choice representative of this 
incredibly difficult pattern, standing as perhaps the last reason- 
ably attainable denomination outside of the 4 Baht. One of likely 
just a very small handful seen by either grading service, with the 
surfaces appearing highly satiny in stark contrast to the usual 
mirrored finish. Sharp in all of its facets, and a most coveted 
issue. 


18684F 4H AH2RH (1/2 Tamlung) AiR, MS63 
NGC, 

SAS, SRO, BALA aR, 
HA ESET SARE, HRA BIE, RARE DIS, APL PME 
— — RUS BE BY SES A GEA Bl fr BTR BORAGE. HK 
WATE ET, LA See eR TR RSL, PRUE. 

HH El: wer Se AEE AB St EL SE HBG 

Estimate: $3,000-$5,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 


30345 Rama V copper Proof Pattern 2 Baht (1/2 Tamlung) ND (1877) 











PR65 Red and Brown NGC, Paris mint, KM-Pn36, VG-Unl., 
LeMay-Unl., Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 172, Plate F42. 
Undoubtedly the finest certified example and likely the finest in 
private hands, with only 2 other pieces certified by PCGS, neither 
of which has exceeded the AUS58 level. One of those specimens, a 
SP53, brought the equivalent of $6,164 in DNW’s recent Auction 
174, suggesting that the current gem Proof will quite easily break 
five figures, though it would be pure extrapolation to estimate 
what heights it could reach. On visual grounds alone the overall 
level of eye appeal is simply breathtaking, with fully glassy 
surfaces punctuated by prominent die polish, while a rosaceous 
merlot tint has taken to the reverse. 


187 7F Hh Ft 2 RK (1/2 Tamlung) #72244 tk'#. PROS Red 
and Brown NGC. 

Ee HE AEE a HH aie Fy BEF BN — 2, 7B IR A 
5—. PCGSAMHE AH, SDH AY IK IR AUSB >. AK 
SP534) 58 Ze DN W238 AG, 16.4% FO HEE me 30, NL At 
HE FE BSE Sy VA To (By eR RT A, VER SEI, A 
HOVE RA oe, SRI, RAB RRR, Hoe 
AS HHA SI ALR H, RTE, SAR, 

HH ES er Se ARE AB Sr HE He 

Estimate: $8,000-$10,000 

Starting Bid: $4,000 





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30346 Rama V silver Proof Pattern 2 Baht (1/2 Tamlung) ND (1877) 
PR62 NGC, Paris mint, KM-Pn35, VG-Unl., Krisadaolarn/ 
Mihailovs-pg. 171, Plate F38. An extremely rare unadopted 
pattern type which almost never occurs on the market. Le May 





a fee Cx a ig notes that, in spite of his exceptionally long reign of 42 years— 

Fey aN ,. fa one of the longest in Thai history—Rama V did surprisingly little 

Wit aie aan ee a to change the coinage of his realm. Despite major changes occur- 

: if ss) tl y Ne oe fs ring not long after his death, it was under his rule that Thailand 
int ry gel ol saw the monarch’s portrait become a regular feature for the first 


fies mo * emer eS = time. In anticipation of this change, patterns were produced in the 


denominations of 2 Baht, 1 Baht, 1 Salung, and | Fuang at mints 

: ails relirery: | in France, England, and, later, Thailand. Within this series, only 

ee ee the 2 Baht was not later restruck until 1900. Certainly the rarest 
ee i re PF piece of this set as such, only 1 other example has appeared at 
auction in recent years according to our research, sold in Nihon 
Coin Auction’s Sale 50, where they stated that perhaps no more 
than 8 test coins exist for all four of these denominations com- 
bined. 


187747 13 Att 2K (1/2 Tamlung) SRR, PR6O2 
GC 


NGC, 

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AMER PAG RW REZ —, ILE INNA KAM RR 

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Nihon eas SE RATT I a eT SHAE RA AB TRB A 
See A EH 

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Estimate: $10,000-$20,000 

Starting Bid: $5,000 


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30348 Rama V brass “Mines de Khaotree” Jeton ND (1880) MS63 
NGC, Lec-2. Seemingly much less commonly in brass than in 
bronze, with choice yellow surfaces that feature clearly glassy 
elements around the peripheral features. Presently one of just two 
certified examples in the NGC census. 


188044 4735 Hit Jeton 4, MS63 NGC. 
Khaotree& il 47 i ak SA" SRA, UA HK 
He Sh ee WRENS Oh, See GL. NCCE ABA 


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ania $300-$500 
No Minimum Bid 








30349 Rama VI Baht BE 2461 (1918) AU58 NGC, KM-Y45, LeMay- 
Plate XXX, | var. (date). A lower mintage date within the series, 
possessing considerable eye-appeal and a stronger strike than 1s 
often seen. 


19184F 4037s HH 1 RR, AUS8 NGC. 

RAL. o JOE R BAT BEAVITE DD. WBLR, LER. 
HEL: wer TEAS Hr Ee Se ek 

eee $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 





30347 Rama V copper Proof Pattern 4 Baht (Tamlung) ND (1868) 
PR60 Red and Brown NGC, Uncertain English mint, KM-Pn32, 
Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 164, Plate F32 var. (there, in nickel). 
The largest denomination within this off-metal pattern set, boldly 
struck throughout with just a minor scattering of handling in the 
fields precluding a finer designation. Very seldom encountered 
in any condition, we note that a PR58 example sold for $9,000 in 
August 2018. 


18684F tr3h HH4 Re (Tamlung) 2 set, PR6O Red and 
Brown NGC, 

He Bd ee, OR, Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs# #5 4164 
PLA TLAARIE, sh BFL He EL, MEERA AE A, 2 
IRATE RA, TLR. OR iat oe FAK Be) RI HER, tL Y 
FF. AA & Fl — “HOM PRS SEED HH il A IRNEK2018.€ 19,000 
RHE, ERSS, 

HH ELS er AE AG HO TEL Se 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 

Starting Bid: $3,000 





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30350 Rama IX gold 50 Baht ND (1951) MS64 NGC, KM1, Fr-B3. 
A handsome gold bullion-type issue, commissioned on June 11, 
1951 by a Regulation of the Ministry of Finance to repay bond 
holders who had participated in an internal loan regulated on May 
17, 1943. Although the NGC census does not provide population 
data for this type, it is likely among the finer surviving examples, 
with another MS64-graded piece bringing $3600 in August 2018. 


195 14F SE ALTE SO aR SK ae Ht. MS64 NGC, | 

PAB HK. LOSIFCALIIB AR Pr Beep AL, A IR — th 
1943465 717 HBT YA BB A ae ae. NGC ARE FE AK Se UL 
Bo WA oe 7H KE Fe ET PR ER. 2018 8A AA 
MS644- AF UA3600% HMA, EBA. 

LH BS es STE AS HO TL 

Estimate: $2,000-$3,000 

Starting Bid: $1,000 
















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30351 Rama IX gold 100 Baht ND (1951) MS63 NGC, KM2, Fr-B2. 
Struck with the Garuda emblem and fineness in accordance with 
the Ministry of Finance Regulation of 1951, which gave bond 
holders the option to be repaid in gold coins or gold bars. Very 
well-preserved with minimal stacking friction over satin surfaces. 
Fully choice, and rarely encountered so nice, due largely to the 
incipient melting and stacking in bank vaults and bags that surely 
would have stemmed from their intended use as bullion. 


195 14F 13 7LtH lOO Ane HF, MS63 NGC. 
SHE, REP OMEMBLOSIAA HEE, HR AAT 
3 1 EE RE Fk Ko REREAD, A 
EGS AEA BUR. ARR. EBS AE 
& BDSM HERE ES, LES MPM HEA, Bll 
KORA 

HH EL: ts Se Ae A Sr Ee et 

Estimate: $2,500-$3,500 

Starting Bid: $1,250 





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30352 Rama IX copper-nickel Pattern Baht BE 2505 (1962) MS62 


NGC, KM-Pn55. A mildly watery pattern striking with a light 
orange tinge to the surfaces. Very elusive, with seemingly no 
other examples appearing at auction in recent years. 


196 24F HLF ALT ARRAS OB tx, MS62 NGC. 

— TERA GARE, FET BRR BE EE, HL 
ca ate EEC ee 

HEL: er TEAS Ht Eek 

Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 





30353 





Rama IX copper-nickel Pattern “Garuda” 5 Baht BE 2515 
(1972) MS67 NGC, KM-Pn58. Featuring a slightly smaller and 
more refined bust than on the adopted design. Difficult to imagine 
much finer, and interestingly struck from a lightly cracked reverse 
die, the fields showcasing soft cartwheel luster. 


197246 tr FB IL [AB | ORR SER, MS67 NGC, 
TECTED SF PE RE SAR AT i BBY An BB EA i HH EY 
- HD ARAL RAR He YE BOR, BEA RR, RAE 


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HEL: ae HE AS By LE Ee 
Estimate: $400-$600 
No Minimum Bid 





30354 





Rama IX copper-nickel Pattern “Garuda” 5 Baht BE 2515 
(1972) MS66 NGC, KM-Pn58. The first example of this pattern 
type that we have encountered, handsomely struck with full cart- 
wheel luster and some light die cracking on the reverse. 


197246 357 [S38 | SERS. MS66 NGC. 

We] KAR Rak. E\A A Betti, Se Lee. 
HARBOR BELA. 

WEL: ae 2 EAH Ee ek 

Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 








30355 Rama IX copper-nickel Pattern “Royal Parasol” 5 Baht 
ND (1972) MS65 NGC, KM-Pn57 (incorrectly listed as being 
dated). A seemingly very elusive more modern pattern issue, this 
being the sole certified example and the first of the type we have 
encountered. 


19724 FSR FL |B RA] SARSRSAS MH, MSGS NGC. 
BOER MEH, B——AATERIT, WALKS, 

HH EL: ier TEAS Hr ES ek 

Estimate: $300-$500 

No Minimum Bid 


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30356 Hmong (Yeo) & Mien Hill Tribes silver Multi-Tiered “Neck 
Ring Money” ND XF/AU (Dents), Mitch-Unl., cf. Opitz-pg. 
285 (for single piece). 137mm. 679.61gm. With three plain, hollow 
rings which are not soldered together. A notable attractive set of 
relatively unornamented rings, save for the geometric patterns on 
the loops and faceted hammered finish. Toned to a steely argent 
hue, we note a few small dents in the largest ring, though they are 
minimally distracting. 


RAH. BARES) SRA). XF/AU (Dents) . 

Opitz# 285A Mx. 1372 XK. B679.61%. BMA AOR 
Fe, HR BIN KA. — AL RRA HUSKER, PETER SE, FR LAS 
eae MAB. SRE, HAR LAM RR, BR 


Estimate: $700-$900 
No Minimum Bid 





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30357 


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Hmong (Yeo) & Mien Hill Tribes silver Multi-Tiered “Neck 
Ring Money” ND AU, Mitch-Unl., cf. Opitz-pg. 284 (unetched). 
173gm. 845.07gm. With rings soldered together. A handsomely 
preserved and intricately designed set of solid silver neck rings, 
featuring an etched floral design and flamingo-head shaped loops 
with the original clasp intact. Only the second such piece we 
have encountered, with the last, appearing as part of our sale of 
the Charles Opitz collection and featuring numerous patches of 
sticker residue without an etched design, bringing $1320. 


ARAB. BARBIES Be SRA). AU. . 
Opitz# 284A Bia. 1738 7k, £845.07 5%, WH SKI ME Be 
Bo PRE AK AG HER, Beat HE ee — ASR, AFT REZ, FS 
fa BU aK Seto, JR ae So ee eR, MRO, LK 
FCharles Opitz KjRAVIZHH, PMA BRA, AER 
42 6h, VA1,320% 78H. 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 





30358 





Rama IV Baht ND (1860) MS63 PCGS, KM-Y11. Lightly toned 
and fully choice, satiny luster permeating each corner of the fields 
and punctuated only by soft touches of graphite. 


1860-F tr 3 Ht 183%. MS63 PCGS. a 
eens FEE th. RE — TARE, A OR 


Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 
Starting Bid: $500 





1/6 








30359 Rama IV 2 Baht (1/2 Tamlung) ND (1863) MS64 PCGS, 


Bangkok mint, KM-Y12, LeMay-Plate X XI, 7, Krisadaolarn/ 
Mihailovs-pp. 155-156, Plates F14 & F16. Very much a practically 
unheard-of grade for this largest circulating coin type of Rama 
IV’s reign, exceeded by just four examples between NGC and 
PCGS combined. Remarkably blemish free for its large size, with 
prominent satiny texture to the surfaces. 


18634 138 WW H.2 ASK (1/2 Tamlung) sk'¥*. MS64 PCGS.. 
SAE AE) oti FH OO Ht ei SF TL i TEA, WE 
ZA PAM, NCCRPCCSA3 2 AA RAAT IS. HE 
KAR, SRR EH, RRA 

Estimate: $5,000-$6,000 

Reserve: $5,000 








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THAILAND 





30360 Rama IV gold 4 Baht (Pit) ND (1863) MS62 NGC, Bangkok 
mint, KM-Y14, Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 163, Plate F31. An 
intriguing milled gold coinage struck to a foreign weight stan- 
dard. Often intended to be kept as keepsakes, few examples 
survive free of mounting or use in jewelry. Despite a relatively 
shallow strike, not unusual for the issue, the fields reveal traces of 
die polish and much originality. 






30362 Rama V 4 Att (Sik) CS 1238 (1876) MS63 Red and Brown 
18634 f13h Oi td axe (Pit) 2 MS62 NGC. PCGS, London mint, KM-Y20, Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 


SAK, CREAM RAM HELE EEBLE 168, Plate F36. A usually rather prolific and unremarkable issue 
HRMS A, AIL RAMA EGE Ae, REN that proves considerably fleeting in choice, with a mere 6 pieces 
iE, AH. ARM, HAE DAR. ranking a point finer at CGS, 

Estimate: $3,800-$4,000 ’ eer 

Reserve: $3,800 187642 403% HiH4 Att (Sik) #4'"*, MS63 Red and Brown 





PCGS. 

fit BE ER. FORK AD — ek, Ween Ete, aE AE. PCGS 
AEE PRA FPG aE AEE TA LE to 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

No Minimum Bid 








30361 Rama V Proof 2 Att (Sio) RS 115 (1896) PR65 Brown NGC, 
Royal mint (Jordan), KM-Y23 (unlisted in Proof), Krisadaolarn/ 
Mihailovs-pg. 175, Plate F45. A laudable and brilliant striking of 
this seldom-encountered emission in Proof that takes its inspira- 
tion from the contemporary British Pennies of Queen Victoria, 
presently standing as the only piece so certified by NGC. 





30363 Rama V copper Pattern Baht ND (1868) MS65 Brown NGC, 
Uncertain English mint, KM-Pn28, Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 


189644 423% Htt2 Att (Sio) #4 #44, PR65 Brown NGC. 164, Plate F32. Reeded edge. Almost certainly amongst the finest 
Bey EL et ae ee BR — ly Ee SR By 3) OR Rh ae & Rl] certified survivors of this pattern denomination, struck in a lavish 
See ee eLaH, Wa Ee —JENGCAP, Prooflike format with intensive rosaceous toning accents around 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 the devices nicely paired with cobalt blue surfaces. 

No Minimum Bid 


1868 4F 40 5% tt | Ae sk st, MS65 Brown NGC, 

He SIS, BE. AR REAR Ee RN A RO, 
SEAEAN, MEL, GRA RD AER, 
Estimate: $4,000-$4,500 

Reserve: $4,000 











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THAILAND 


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30364 Rama V gold 2-1/2 Baht ND (1894) MS64+ NGC, KM-Y13.5. 
A prime example of this lesser-seen type featuring a clean strike 
and a rich golden brilliance, this offering comes within a “half 
point” of the very finest quality seen by NGC for the issue. A 
rare opportunity for the discriminating collector, with popula- 
tion figures indicating very few representatives certified to-date. 30365 Rama IX gold Proof “White-Eyed River Martin” 5000 Baht 
Alternately dated to 1895 in the Standard Catalog of World Coins. BE 2517 (1974) PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, British Royal mint, 
KM-Y104. Proof mintage: 623. Conservation series. A perfectly 
% certified representative of this extremely popular and limited 
1894 3 EH 1/ 2% Sia MS64+ NGC. a és mintage issue, richly frosted over the devices, which contrast 
Be HE Ay AA ae AILEY TRE, SST TT UAT, a TE FERR, fully against the mirrored golden fields behind. 
FEA GING Cite LH Fl ak ae MT 71 Raa eae, AB 





Tt aie EE 2 SL >, A BIR G2 BE BY SC HARSH TF I SK 197446 435 Ut FAIR RI SOOO AS ~PR7O Ultra 
IAEA 1896 Cameo NGC 

Estimate: $6,000-$8,000 eB SE ACE AK BAT E6231 ERA AANA, SER ae 
Reserve: $6,000 AREA. as gg genes aero se JK 


Estimate: $8. 000- 0 000 
Starting Bid: $4,000 











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UNITED STATES 


30366 





Rama IX gold Proof “White-Eyed River Martin” 5000 Baht 
BE 2517 (1974) PR67 Ultra Cameo NGC, British Royal mint, 
KM-Y104. Proof mintage: 623. Conservation series. Displaying 
delightfully silky devices and a complete cameo effect. 


197446 tr 38 Tutt [RST | SOOO S*, PR67 Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

SB Ae TAR BT BE 62370. TRA AF. BATA 
Bc _L Aa ASF AE, AE RG. 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 





30367 





Rama IX gold “White-Eyed River Martin” Proof 5000 
Baht BE 2517 (1974) PR67 Ultra Cameo NGC, London mint, 
KM-Y104. Mintage: 623. One of the more popular Conservation 
Series issues, particularly in such impressive grades as this; fea- 
turing a perfectly frosted portrait of the bespectacled Rama IX in 
contrast to the watery fields behind. 


197446 $38 Jute FAIRS | SOOO RK SK, PRO7 Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

(PSE, BAT EOQ3AL. RA ARIE AAPIAK. BORG 
A, BRS], RR SRILA RR fe eT, HP RY 
i ee AAT LL 

Estimate: $3,000-$4,000 

Starting Bid: $1,500 


UNITED STATES 











30368 Ferracute Machinery Co. brass “Dogs” Medal ND (c. 1893) 


AU53 PCGS, Rulau-NJ-Brg-6. 37mm. The largest advertising 
or promotional token type produced by the Ferracute Machinery 
Company, which features its iconic coin press on the reverse. In 
the realm of Chinese numismatics, the company is best known 
for the machinery and patterns it provided to the Chengtu mint in 
Szechuan for the province’s first milled ‘Western-style’ coinage. 


41189326 | WeSC ANH RRR | 4, AUS3 PCGS. 

RR WEST CAN TA RT RN Yl RAW ALS, TE 
BANK, “ef Te ELEN 20 BR ESL FE AN TBA A SB I] Bk AB Se 
HE te BR ae TR, ALA. IBAA OS oA ILE 
ae We, Ae TP 


Estimate: $800-$1,000 
No Minimum Bid 











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CAMBODIA 


SESSION TWO 


31001 


31002 


31003 


31004 


31005 


ANNAM 


“Kuang-hsu” silver 10 Lang Bar ND (19th-20th Century) XF 
(Cleaned), KM-Unl., Schr-Unl. 120x29mm. 373.34gm. Both of 
the stamps on the face read: “Guang Xu” (Kuang-hsii), with the 
chop character on the back reading: “Shi Liang” (10 Lang). The 
stamps on either side read: “Zhong Ping ___ Jia” (the foundry 
name). An intriguing bar that cites the Chinese emperor rather 
than the reigning king of Annam. In his catalog of sycee in the 
British Museum Collection, Cribb records, under his F38, a 
similar piece (though half the weight of the present specimen), for 
which he notes that the “Guang Xu’ characters are known from a 
forger’s dies. He states that these were sometimes known to have 
been applied to genuine ingots sometime in the 20th century. 
The base displays a small label giving the weight. Sold as is, no 
returns. 


THELIST HACEL HE [76481 +RSRR. XF (Cleaned). 

120x292, 373.345. IE MRE A_L ta), BHAA 
IT). REN HA A) Ge A). ARN AK, 5 
Ae BRS aS ee oS Cribb HARE 
ye UAC Fak, El Seg BLK T ARE WL BY SRR CES AOE Bilis 1) ; 
HA S| oA] FAR FRG LE Ja Ser, Mb ot HEF SE 


oo HLA IRATE AS 2. RUE, BA 
ik ff, 


Estimate: $300-$500 


BRITISH NORTH BORNEO 


British Protectorate Specimen 1/2 Cent 1886-H SP67 Red 
NGC, Heaton mint, KM1. Among the finest certified examples of 
this type at NGC, displaying soft die polish lines in the fields. 


1886-H4F 3% JB ACE EN Ot a . SPOT Red wee 
Ewe. AW APNGCAT 4, MRT. RRA 
JR RAR LIBR 

Estimate: $300-$400 

British Protectorate Specimen 1/2 Cent 1886-H SP66 Red 
NGC, Heaton mint, KM1. Deeply red in color with few distract- 
ing marks. 


1886-H# 3% JB at EEN 0k a. SP66 Red NGC. 
= tae eR, HARE AL A, (2 BIR 
Estimate: $150- $200 


British Protectorate Specimen Cent 1886-H SP65 Red and 
Brown NGC, Heaton mint, KM2. Deeply rosaceous in color with 
intensive die polish lines. 


1886-HAFR I AC HEH tx. SP6S Red and Brown NGC. 
2a. EEE, AER 
Estimate: $300-$400 


Labuk Planting Co. Proof 20 Cents Token ND (c. 1890) UNC 
Details (Environmental Damage) PCGS, Prid-50, LaWe-693e. 
A fully Proof striking with engaging visual allure even in spite of 
the noted environmental damage. 


1LS9OF RR EAEAW200 RAM. UNC Details 
(Environmental Damage) ) PCGS. 


HOR CURR, URGE AON, (RULE. 
Estimate: $150-$200 





31006 


Sandakan Tobacco Co. Proof Dollar ND (pre-1896) PR63 
Red and Brown NGC, Prid-64, LaWe-752 (RRR). The second 
finest certified representative at NGC of this rare plantation issue, 
beaming with a subtly iridescent Proof finish. 


189646 A aR ES AG & Ae te. PR63 Red and 


Brown NGC, 
YENCCAP PAI ED. BERET, ZANE. eR HE 
RIL AE 


Estimate: $300-$400 


BURMA 








31007 


Pagan Kyat CS 1214 (1852) AU58 NGC, KM10. Lettering 
around Peacock. Nearly uncirculated, with a transitioning tone 
that deepens around the peripheral lettering to emboldening 
effect. 


CS 1214 (18524) siitq1aiizc. AUS8 NGC. a 
XFMRALEM KR. WAM, RECA RT Al SRR. 
Estimate: $600-$800 





31008 


31009 


CAMBODIA 


Norodom I bronze Proof Medallic 5 Centimes 1860 PR64 
Red and Brown PCGS, KM-XMz2, Lec-13. Handsomely toned 
throughout with red-orange, magenta, and cobalt hues, and die 
polish filling the fields on both sides. 


186046 38 3H Fe ce Ee t+ 5 ty =, PRGA Red and Brown 
PUGSs 


HAL RARER eR, COA. ERR 
TIED 
Estimate: $300-$400 


Norodom I silver Restrike 4 Francs 1860 MS65 NGC, 
KM-XM68, Lec-83. Reeded edge. 1899 Restrike issue. A fine 
gem example featuring soft toning in the outer registers. Though 
NGC’s Census breaks the type into both reeded edge and non- 
described edge categories we note that none in either category 
certifies more than | point above the present selection. 


186044 FH BE ae EP EASE BD SARK, MS65 NGC, 

Be, HEE TH, Sh AER . NGC BE HH we 
ROB, WAGER ORR AERA 2 BP AK 

Estimate: $500-$600 


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CAMBODIA 








31010 Sisowath I silver “Coronation” Medal 1906 MS62 Matte NGC, 
Lec-129. 23mm. By P. Lenoir. A scarce coronation piece existing 
very near to choice with few noticeable abrasions to the surfaces. 
19064F RR FE RARE. MS62 Matte NGC. | 
23K. HH. HRM HET MARE. PR OH, Be 
UR in, RRP A A. 

Estimate: $300-$400 

31011 Republic Proof “Celestial Dancer” 10000 Riels 1974 PR67 

Ultra Cameo NGC, K M63. Mintage: 800. 
1974 4E RSE TARA MH 10,0003 He SRE, PR67 Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 
BAT B 800K. 
Estimate: $200-$300 
31012 Republic gold Proof 50000 Riels 1974 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, 


KM64. A near-flawless Proof that features the stylistic imagery of 
Cambodian dancers. Full of flash and with exciting cameo con- 
trast between the heavily frosted designs and the endless mirrors. 


1974 4F 9 3 350,00 Ofte FH tH 2K ae, PR6O Ultra Cameo NGC. 
me ICP SN AM, A RN AAR. EB ET 


FO 76 hy ERY JA, RHF ALL. 
Estimate: $400-$600 


CHINA 


SYCEE 








31013 


Qing Dynasty. Kweichow Xiaoyuanding (“Small Round”) 
Sycee of 1 Tael ND, Cribb-LI.B.653. 23mm. 36.28gm. Stamped: 
“Gui Zhou Guan Qian Ju’ (Guizhou Official Coin Bureau). Scarce, 
particularly when found with this full and neat of a stamp, and 
benefitting from even patination and clean surfaces. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


HALA SEN CENTRE) — NESE — 
23%. B36.28%. Bit: (HINER A) GON Bie HD 
Fa tie WY ae FE, eH 2 RAC AIL AG ELE MY ILE, 3 AAA 
HY 18 Fil FO IF AY Fe. Whe LAR EAM, RAH BY 4 36 46 GBCA® 
TEE TT ER ee 

Estimate: $300-$500 





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31014 


31015 


Qing Dynasty. Kwangsi Xiaofangbao (“Small Square”) Sycee 
of 1 Tael ND XF (Scratches), Cribb-XXX.A.333. 27x24mm. 
35.75gm. Stamped “Xi Xi” (Double Joy). Featuring very bold and 
attractively toned casting bubbles along the base, the piece on 
the whole appearing quite appealing aside from the unfortunate 
scratches. 


Jah Ew Ise) —W/)77 Se. XF (Scratches). 

27X24%E K, 35.7550 SA RG 8B) RE La REL 
EFAS SE AH, ATR, BMS RRL D. 
Estimate: $200-$400 


Qing Dynasty. Szechuan Piaoding (“Certified”) Sycee of 4 
Taels ND (19th-20th Century) VF (Corrosion), Cribb-Class 
XL. 38mm. 134.16gm. Stamped in two sections, though surface 
corrosion has left the stamps illegible. A well-circulated and more 
affordable example of the type. 


a 7&2) 2 Else. VF (Corrosion), 

882%, £134.16%. MRR, 1 EEE ELA ER, 
Wii BLK RIK, 

Estimate: $300-$500 








31016 


31017 





Qing Dynasty. Szechuan Piaoding (“Certified”) Sycee of 10 
Taels ND (19th-20th Century) XF (Polished), Cribb-XL.C (cf. 
Cribb-XL.B.449 for sycee of same county). 60mm. 356.82gm. 
Cast in Leshan County. Both stamps read: “Le Shan Xian” 
(Leshan County). A generally well-preserved specimen aside 
from the noted polishing, with the remainder of the piece appear- 
ing quite original. 


Ya iG) [Ae | + Se. XF (Polished). 

602%. 2356.82. Ri MIe, Aaa Ra | RE 
RRS, BEML AR, BH RA oe AK 

Estimate: $500-$700 


Qing Dynasty. Yunnan Sanchuo Jieding (“Three-Stamp 
Remittance”) “Packsaddle” Sycee of 5 Taels ND (19th-20th 
Century) AU (Cleaned, Holed), cf. Cribb-LXVI.I.980 (differ- 
ent assay marks), Assay Mark Al. 58x36mm. 179.59gm. Cast at 
Qingyuanlong Bank, inspected by assayers Tong, She, and Duan. 
Each of the three main stamps reads: “Qing Yuan Long Ji Hui 
Hao Wen Yin” (Qingyuanlong Bank, remittance bank fine silver), 
assay stamps read: “Gong Gu Tong She Duan Kan” (Inspected 
by public assayers Tong, She, and Duan). Well-struck with just a 
small degree of weakness in the central stamp. 


aK 2 TWh he 7 He. AU (Cleaned, Holed) 

58x36% °K, 179. 59% fe | BUR GL | ee, MH UE HEAR, 
ER AA Be ew, HER RILA: (BRB, (CT 
oR |, BRRIL LES: (ARERR A]. BABY, RR 
RELA BHT. 

Estimate: $300-$500 


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CHINA 


31018 


Qing Dynasty. Uncertain Yuansi Changyuankezi (“Fine 
Silk Oval’)? Sycee of 1 Tael ND Certified AU58 by Gong 
Bo Grading, cf. Cribb-Class LXXXV. 34mm. 36.8gm. Blank 
face. A somewhat peculiar ingot, quite similar in appearance 
to the Yuansi Changyuankezi, although, as Cribb notes, those 
pieces were cast in oval, rather than round molds. The nearest 
piece illustrated in Cribb’s catalog is a Fujian Yuanbing (Cribb- 
Class LX XIX), though pieces of similar type illustrated on Tai’s 
website Sycee Online have a noticeably different appearance. 


WTKR SE. MBER AUSB. | 

34% K. 236.8%. FUR BLA REY SRB, FC RRB 
BAB: IBLE RT, PT ARAL Cribb ¥ fF, BASRA i 
FO ie EL Se 28, i 4E BRL. Cribb ae HRA 
BES. TIRE A LA HL 

Estimate: $300-$400 








31019 





Qing Dynasty. Uncertain Round Sycee of 1 Tael ND, Cribb- 
Unl., Tai, Sycee Online, Ogl/1. 23mm. 30.36gm. Stamped: 
“San Yuan Ji Di” (Blessing for good results in the examination). 
According to Tai this inscription refers to passing the three exam- 
inations held by the County, Provincial, and Central governments. 
A notably rare and historically fascinating piece, almost certainly 
bestowed as a prestigious gift. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


RAReRERH LS R | Meese. . 
23%, £30.36%. Loewe ve 4 CRAB IE 
He). | S70 theta ee, Peet sie TA BHA 
ELLE & bE BYE oe, BP BRA 77 AE SED Hh SARE, 
EASA EE Bl He C48 GBCA/ MEET ER EE 

Estimate: $500-$700 





31020 


Qing Dynasty. Unidentified Yuanbing (“Round Cake”) Sycee 
of 1.2 Taels ND (c. 19th Century) VF, cf. Cribb-Class LX XXII 
(Cribb does not list any types in this class as bearing good luck 
characters). 27mm. 44.61gm. Stamped “Xi Xi” (Double Joy). A 
popular good luck type, though struck on a differently shaped 
ingot than is usually encountered. 

This lot has not yet been assigned a grade, as it will be submitted 
to Gong Bo for certification before the auction. 


Jak [Se] LOWE GEE eS. VEL 


Cribb B 4k 52 4 Bil HH HP EL L a fe ae SR Sie BY (£ 1] FH A , 21 ZK. 
£44610, (HB) FR, SSRN EBREAK, BER 
IRR Fel FG HIE BI A Uh i AREA, AAT EO He RE 


GBCAMELIE 47 EM HE 
Estimate: $200-$400 





31021 


31022 


Session Two, Auction #3084 | Monday, July 13, 2020 | 2:00 PM HKT 


Qing Dynasty 8-Piece Lot of Uncertified Small Sycee, 

1) Yuansi Changyuankezi (“Fine Silk Oval’) Sycee of 1/2 Tael 
ND (ce. 19th Century) - AU, cf. Cribb-LXX XV.C.1197 (different 
weight). 24x21mm. 22.48¢m. Stamped: “M1” (personal name) 

2) Yuansi Changyuankezi? (“Fine Silk Oval”) Sycee of 1 Tael 
ND (c. 19th Century) - VF, Cribb-Class LXXXV.C. 28x20mm. 
29.03gm. 

3) Yuansi Changyuankezi (“Fine Silk Oval”) Sycee of 1 Tael 
ND (ec. 19th Century) - XF, Cribb-Class LXXXV.C. 29x21mm. 
22.38gm. 

4) Yuansi Changyuankezi (“Fine Silk Oval’) Sycee of 1 Tael 
ND (ec. 19th Century) - XF, Cribb-Class LXXXV.C. 32x21mm. 
30.54gm. 

5) Yuansi Changyuankezi (“Fine Silk Oval’) Sycee of 1.1 Taels 
ND (ec. 19th Century) - Good XF, Cribb-Class LXXXV.C. 
28x23mm. 40.69gm. 

6) Yuansi Changyuankezi (“Fine Silk Oval”) Sycee of 1.1 Taels 
ND cc. 19th Century) - XF, cf. Cribb-Class LXXXV.B.1182 (dif- 
ferent weight). 30x24mm. 38.92gm. 

7) Yuansi Changyuankezi (“Fine Silk Oval’) Sycee of 2 Taels ND 
(c. 19th Century) - AU, Cribb-Class LXXXV.B. 35mm. 77.82gm. 
8) Yunnan Muyike (“Mother Hen’) Sycee of 1-1/2 Taels ND - VF, 
Cribb-Class LV.A. 28x23mm. 46.45gm. 


Sold as is, no returns. (Total: 8 coins) 


Be VE TK AR ER E/E, —AB/\ AX. 

: ae ee ASRS OE, AU. 24x21E%., £22.48 %., 
Rau. | OK] 

2) A1O AL CARR AAS WM, VF. 28x202%. £29.03 5. 
3) ALOT AL CARR SAS WW, XF. 29x212%, B22. 38%. 
4) ALOT AL TCM RAS A, XP. 332x212. 30.545, 
5) ei Good XF, 28x232x. & 
A0.69%%.. 

6) ALOHA TARR RS 1M, XE. 30x24B >, 38.92%. 
7) HIOHA TREASON, AU. 35Ek. £77825. 

8) SARA Mt, VF. 28x23mm,. £46.45 5. 

SLI &, PARI. 

Estimate: $300-$500 


TEA BRICKS 


People’s Republic Pu-erh Bingcha Tea Cake of 10.8 Ounces 
ND (c. 1950s-1970s) AU/UNC (Chipped), Opitz-pg. 339 (this 
piece illustrated). 87mm. 306.lgm. Both sides are blank with a 
small paper label, with the characters Zhong Cha (brand name: 
“China Tea’) encased within the cake. Reportedly, in the late 
1950s and early 1960s, due to a void in the production of Yunnan 
tea cakes owing to political unrest, the Guangdong Tea Company 
began to produce saucer-shaped tea cakes, each containing a 
green and red label indicating Indian-grade tea. These came to be 
known as Guangyun Tribute cakes, and were originally wrapped 
in a thin bamboo paper. This lot is sold with an old Jacques 
Schulman envelope, containing a small inventory sticker from Mr. 
Opitz’s collection. 

From the Charles J. Opitz Collection 


ae ens ue Set Ok BE | (10.82 8) . AU/UNC 
Chipped 

Pee ae late 872%, £306.10. MHEZAN, R 
A —/)\ ROE, BOA UPAR GSP BIS) . ACE, 195044 
AALIGO# LAT, HBR, EO BEE EN, Ee 
2S aT FALE SH BRT AS Bt SABE aE AL a, RA 
ANZA, CLPRAREAH, REZ AEORAR. 
Ue AR ot LA — 1H 5 HY Ae et FE (Jacques Schulman) fe StH, 
Fe —/) Opitz 76 AE ATS BE BC BY A i. 

4 El: Charles J. Opitz i 

Estimate: $300-$500 


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CHINA 


31023 


31024 


31025 


184 


People’s Republic Pu-erh Bingcha Tea Cake of 11 Ounces 
ND (c. 1950s-1970s) AU/UNC, Opitz-pg. 339. 87mm. 321.3gm. 
Both sides are blank with a small paper label, with the characters 
Zhong Cha (brand name: “China Tea’) encased within the cake. 
A seemingly very well-preserved tea cake/brick, with next to no 
evidence of gritting, chipping, or serious decay. A remarkably 
large portion of the paper label is also visible. The front displays a 
small inventory sticker from Mr. Opitz’s collection. 

Ex. Detroit Money Museum (Inventory no. 2-7-675) 

From the Charles J. Opitz Collection 


1950- Umea ths RH] (11##]) . AU/UNC. 

Opitz# 339A Bahr. 339.878, €3213%, WHER, 
RA! eR, A POR) Ges BIS) . RAR FEST HU AR BH Be 
ae Ei, RAL RS SR Opitz4e 4 Pr ay) HE 


J 
LH El > RARE AE Se TE BE 1 He, ak a i 2-7-6 75) 
4 El: Charles J. Opitz i 
Estimate: $300-$500 


People’s Republic - China National Tea Corporation Pair of 
“Tea Money” Bricks ND (c. 1975-1985), 

1) “Tea Money” Brick of 39 Ounces - UNC. 237x187x23mm. 
1112.4gm. 

2) “Tea Money” Brick of 39.7 Ounces - AU/UNC (Minor Gritting). 
237x188x24mm. 1126.2gm 


Mitch-4144, Opitz-pg. 339 (second piece illustrated). The front 
is divided into 3 panels, the top containing 6 stars; the center 
displays a gate flanked by two plants on either side, a star is in 
the upper arch, the bottom panel reads: “Zhongguo Chaye Gongsi” 
(China National Tea Corporation) in the top row, and “Zhaoliqiao 
Zhuancha Chang Zhizao” (Made by the Zhaoliqiao Brick Tea 
Factory) / the back is perforated into 16 panels, each with an 
endless knot containing the number 88. 


An interesting group of more modern bricks, likely to serve as 
the basis for a budding collection. While Mr. Opitz has noted that 
the Communist-produced ‘gate’ types were first introduced after 
1949, Ken Bressett has written that the bricks displaying 8 char- 
acters in the bottom row are of later production for sale as novelty 
items and use as consumable tea. Sold as is, no returns. 

From the Charles J. Opitz Collection (Total: 2 items) 


1975-19854F (K+ BYR E24 AB] TR ER | RK, 

1) [3848| #3948] - UNC, 237x187x238k, #111245. 
2) [Rs | 439.7% 2] - AU/UNC (Minor Gritting) 
> 237x188x242, #1126.2%. 


EmaA E+ F318 RK, Pei He KBE PH il Ze EL, 
pee LA EE THSA NS PBR NA | | EH A 
Hm Me |, PRU RIOLM, SHRLAA HH, BRA 


88. 

— ALA AR SURE, AF Sb i. Opitzs5 ete, BLE RY TPA 

ces LQAOAE DSA KSLA HW, TiKen Bressett®i#, 47 StH xc 
BAR (RU RL AL & VE eT a A FA ERA ae, LL, 

HREE. 

iH: Charles J. Opitz j& (4E244) 

Estimate: $500-$700 


CHIHLI 


Chihli. Kuang-hst 20 Cash ND (c. 1906) MS63 Brown NGC, 
KM-Y68. Graced by an attractive maroon-tinged clay patina, 
considerable luster expressed throughout, with a noteworthy cart- 
wheel effect seen to the reverse. 


1906 4b 5# 38 56 4 70 ta, MS63 Brown NGC. 
ee BS HOE, Wo Bla a 


Estimate: $600-$1,000 


31026 Chihli. Kuang-hsu 5 Cents Year 23 (1897) XF40 PCGS, 


KM-Y61.1, L&M-448. Attractively toned and displaying only a 
single area of central weakness on the corresponding sections of 
the obverse and reverse. 


ime —T=4F 1897) AGH Rae erie HA SR. XF4O PCGS. 
ROR, EM PRE BAT. 
Estimate: $400-$600 


31027 Chihli. Kuang-hsti 5 Cents Year 25 (1899) AU53 NGC, Pei 


Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y69, L&M-458. Struck somewhat lightly 
- a typical trait for the issue - hints of darker toning emboldening 
the legends. 


a o TES (1899) Abs 3e tH ED TH ESR. AUS3 


SEEM FRED ARES, Aull APL REL ER AS A 
Estimate: $400-$500 


31028 Chihli. Kuang-hsti Dollar Year 25 (1899) VF30 PCGS, Pei 


Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73, L&M-454. Evenly circulated and 
marked by light toning that accentuates the obverse dragon 
design. 


- mala (1899) 4b3#38 364 Ht Ro SRE, VF3O 
ER Be. ARR, PGCRLESS, EMRE A, 


FER aM, 
Estimate: $500-$700 


31029 Chihli. Kuang-hst Dollar Year 29 (1903) AU Details (Damage) 


PCGS, KM-Y73.1, L&M-462. Variety with period. A bright rep- 
resentative conveying a very near-mint appearance, only a single 
spot on the reverse serving as the cause of the assigned “Details” 
notation. 


Tote = Jue i A te St AB 7G RX DRE, AU 

Details (Damage) PCGS 

as RAN — Ac, JRA Bee RBA, Ym wee EE RA 
YEE EP Mo 

Estimate: $600-$800 


31030 Chihli. Kuang-hsti Dollar Year 29 (1903) AU Details 


(Environmental Damage) PCGS, Pei Yang Arsenal mint, 
KM-Y73, L&M-462. Variety with period after mint name. 
Handsomely toned and appearing quite nearly uncirculated. 


Ht ti —T U4 (1903) dee te 76 a 70 oR RE. AU 
Details (Environmental | Damage) PCGS. 


ALERE RK, ARE, BR, MLA 
Estimate: $600-$800 











31031 Chihli. Kuang-hsti Dollar Year 34 (1908) AU55 PCGS, Pei 


Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M-465. Evenly patinated with 
an antique silver color that discloses a considerable brightness for 
the grade, making this a handsome type specimen. 


A cpiaal (1908) AL HM THtB—A|SRR, AUSDS 


SEER, 4 Lata], BBL ER ECE, TR. 
Estimate: $400-$600 








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CHINA - HUNAN 


31032 


31033 


31034 


31035 


31036 


31037 


Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 34 (1908) AU50 PCGS, Pei 
Yang Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M-465. Dressed in a soft 
silver patina, the peripheries displaying typical striking weakness, 
though with only light wear to the devices themselves. 


ee (1908) Ab e38 70 HBX SRI, AUS5O 


ee 4p ete) FE BOR SR GLI, SABER, A ATL. DR 
RAUB, BRAC. 
Estimate: $400-$600 


Chihli. Kuang-hsii Dollar Year 34 (1908) VF30 NGC, Pei Yang 
Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M-465. Disconnected Cloud variety. 
Evenly centered, with an alluring stone gray tone that uniformly 
decorates the surfaces. Light scratches are noted to the obverse 
(characters face) through the center, though these are sufficiently 
light as to nearly require magnification to be discernible. 


MAT OE (1908) AL EM THRO DRE. VE3O 
NGC. 
Ae, = VAR ZO, BNET BHERANAR 


94, Ems Ce EER, HRT GEKA RE. 
Estimate: $300-$500 


FUKIEN 


Fukien. Kuang-hst 10 Cash ND (1901-1905) MS62 Red and 
Brown NGC, Fu mint, KM-Y97. A pleasing example exhibiting 
fiery red luster which careens over the fields, highlighting the 
devices. 


1901-19054 #8 # B Jay 28 Fl BA 0 44 70 TOC a. MS62 Red 
and Brown Nis 

JAK FL WER uBY AL Sl 2, HOE, RUT eRe. BRHA. 
Estimate: $350-$450 


Fukien. Republic 20 Cents CD 1923 MS61 PCGS, KM-Y381.3, 
L&M-305. Variety with stars rather than rosettes on reverse. Icy 
white with full cartwheel luster and comparatively clean surfaces 
for the issue. 


192347 832 SRE BCE HT SER Wage erie MS61 PCGS., 
HHAA ZK. ROR, Bie HX, HK RE HEE. 
Hedmate: $200-$300 


HUPEH 


Hupeh. Kuang-hsit Pair of Certified 10 Cash ND (1902-1905) 
MS63 Red and Brown PCGS, KM-Y120. A sharp pair of provin- 
cial coppers, both showing a strong undercurrent of original mint 
red color. (Total: 2 coins) 


1902-O5F WAL ase tC Ss, —42— 4k. MS63 Red 
and Brown PCGS., 

PIE EL es cee 

Estimate: $300-$500 


Hupeh. Kuang-hsu 4-Piece Lot of Certified 10 Cash ND (1902- 
1905) PCGS, 

1) 10 Cash - MS63 Red and Brown 

2) 10 Cash - MS63 Red and Brown 

3) 10 Cash - MS63 Red and Brown 

4) 10 Cash - UNC Details (Cleaned) 


KM-Y120. (Total: 4 coins) 


1902-05 4Fil AL aie CA TC TS, — A 

Ale 4 MS63 Red and Brown, MS63 Red and 
Brown, MS63 Red and Brown . UNC Details (Cleaned). 
Estimate: $400-$600 





31038 


31039 


31040 


31041 


31042 


31043 


31044 


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Hupeh. Kuang-hsit Pair of Certified Multiple Cash Issues, 

1) 10 Cash ND (1902-1905) - MS64 Red and Brown PCGS, 
KM-Y120a.1 

2) 20 Cash CD 1906 - XF Details (Edge Damage), KM-Y1]j 
(Total: 2 coins) 


Aig iil A ef 2 A 7 BE a, — REL BC 

1) 1902-19054F'%-1 - MS64 Red and Brown PCGS; 

2) A+ 19064) PepAle se t—+ x - XF Details (Edge 
Damage). 

Estimate: $500-$700 


Hupeh. Kuang-hst 3-Piece Lot of Certified 10 Cash MS62 
Brown NGC, 

1) 10 Cash CD 1906, KM-Y10J.5 

2) 10 Cash CD 1906, KM-Y10J.1 

3) 10 Cash CD 1909, KM-Y20J (Total: 3 coins) 


ee — #4 = 4%. MS62 Brown 


NGC 
AH EH 19064ER—# 19094E +484 oe 
Estimate: $400-$500 


Hupeh. Kuang-hsti 50 Cents ND (1895-1905) AU Details 
(Cleaning) PCGS, Ching mint, KM-Y126, L&M-183. Lightly 
cleaned and retoned, the strike well-placed and leaving consis- 
tently attractive detail. 


1895-19054 i dL ae A BE BAR, AU Details 
(Cleaning) PCGS. 7 
Lae, Se Le, Ae KAT 


St OSE, BIRR A 
Estimate: $500-$700 


Hupeh. Kuang-hsut Dollar ND (1895-1907) AU Details 
(Cleaning) PCGS, Ching mint, KM-Y127.1, L&M-182. Well- 
struck with traces of satin surfaces detectable under close 
inspection. 


1895-1907 i dk Bk HGH RO ASR. AU Details 
(Cleaning) PCGS. 

Se AeA, ARTO OR, (PS RK. 

Estimate: $300-$400 


Hupeh. Hstian-t’?ung Dollar ND (1909-1911) AU55 PCGS, 
Wuchang mint, KM-Y131, L&M-187. Variety with raised swirl on 
pearl and no dot. Highly lustrous and virtually free of tone with 
light die polish detectable in the reverse peripheries. 


1909-191 L#labe2e a RICH b> SR, AUD5 PCGS. 
Ee eK. HE a EM, eC EEE EYE. SRG RL, 
ER OA, A IEA ee ABR 

Estimate: $400-$600 


Hupeh. Hstian-t’?ung Dollar ND (1909-1911) AU55 PCGS, 
Wuchang mint, KM-Y131, L&M-187. Variety with incuse dot 
on fiery pearl, no dot within Manchu script. Impressively frosty 
throughout and decorated in a soft blanket of silver tone, darker 
accents highlighting the obverse characters (reverse, as holdered). 


1909-19 11F WAL apie Ht TO HR — SRE, AUS5 PCGS, 
ie KG AER, Bcc A BEEK, SE RGR Be, 
4, TE eC GERBER) OMELET, eh e. 
Estimate: $400-$600 


HUNAN 


Hunan. Kuang-hst Pair of Certified 10 Cash ND, 

1) 10 Cash ND (1902-1906) - MS63 NGC, KM-Y113A 

2) 10 Cash CD 1906 - MS62 Brown PCGS, KM-Y10h.4. 4 Flames 
variety. (Total: 2 coins) 


he > bl BA 3 IC AB I OOS, — AK 
1) 1902-19064F-+ x- MS63 NGC; 

2) 190644+x - MS62 Brown PCGS, Bk ax. 
Estimate: $300-$400 


185 





CHINA - KIANGNAN 


31045 


31046 


31047 


31048 


31049 


31050 


186 


KIANGNAN 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hst Pair of Certified Cash CD 1908 NGC, 
1) Cash - MS64 Red and Brown 
2) Cash - MS62 Brown 


KM-Y7k. Long Stroke variety. (Total: 2 coins) 


Poe (19084) WH aie Ite I, — AL Ne ae 
Ay hill F44MS64 Red and Brown KMS62 Brown. *&#! #é 
Estimate: $250-$350 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hsti 20 Cents CD 1901 MS62 NGC, Nanking 

mint, KM-Y143a.6, L&M-238. With HAH initials on reverse. 

Very well-struck and incredibly appealing, particularly on the 

obverse, with a light cabinet tone adding a perceivable sharpness 

to the devices. 

HA (19014) LH ie tH BD eR. MS62 

NGC, 

HK 1e Io 7 A Ail AIENHAH. tke, TEMS AEA 
BAD HW, B Bowed. 

Estimate: $300- $500 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hsu Dollar CD 1904 AU53 PCGS, 
KM-Y 145a.12, L&M-257. “HAH” and “CH”, with rosettes variety. 
An appreciable representative of this highly coveted dragon dollar, 
only lightly worn across the highpoints with overall handling kept 
to a minimum. 


Fie (19044) Wes Ke TAtse_—H SR, AUS3 PCGS. 
A BBE AE HY THAH| #0 TCH), AAEM RR, BEB 
eA BO, EAR RI EY BER 

Estimate: $400-$600 


Kiangnan. Kuang-hsti Dollar CD 1904 AU Details (Surface 
Hairlines) NGC, KM-Y145a.13, L&M-258. “HAH” and “CH” 
with dots. A sharply struck example of the type featuring clear 
detail and scaling on the dragon’s torso. 


Fie (19044) LHe tee ts_— SR, AU Details 
(Surface Hairlines) NGC. . 
HAVA HAH) 4 CH) DLC. RST ete, A 
He 27 An Hi St 5G Ko 

Estimate: $300-$400 


KIANGSU 


Kiangsu. Kuang-hst bronze Mint Error - Reverse Lamination 
20 Cash ND (1902) AUS5 Brown NGC, KM-Y163, CL-KS.35. 
Extremely sharp and eye-appealing for the grade with relatively 
light evidence of circulation. 


L902 WAG ie Ht Se, SEER, AU55 Brown 
NG 


Ce 
REN Je iy, ILEE AT a nth LE, fee PH tk. 
Estimate: $300-$400 


KIAU CHAU 


Kiau Chau. German Occupation 5 Cents 1909 MS64 PCGS, 
KM1, Kann-873. A remarkably blemish-free specimen, featuring 
full cartwheel luster and hardly a stray mark. 


1909468 & KSB HEAR. MS64 PCGS. 
pi 4 76 RY — AC, BEB OIE IG IH, WT FA HE 
Estimate: $400-$600 


31051 Kiau Chau. German Occupation 10 Cents 1909 MS64 PCGS, 


KM2, Kann-872. A generally scarce one-year type that becomes 
even more so when found so near to gem, the surfaces taking on 
a subtle peach color, adding a considerable visual allure to this 
issue that often comes with darkened steel patination. 


1909444 BAGH HS Ask. MS64 PCGS. 

RAW OTN i, WR, RE. Me ER 
ead, AAI ME. 

Estimate: $500-$700 


KIRIN 


31052 Kirin. Kuang-hst 20 Cents 1908 MS63 PCGS, KM-Y18lc, 


L&M-580. Variety with a “2” in the center of the reverse. 
Positively glowing with argent luster and revealing very few signs 
of handling, even for the assigned choice grade. As such, a com- 
mendable representative of the type. 

Ex. Woodward / F.S. Robinson Collection 


PCs. (19084) ERB teTH-BOD OBR, MS63 
HEY AWE [2] WCRI. HORII, MLA A, Oot 
ro HI GOES Fall HH RBH BE BY — 78, 


4: Woodward / ES. Robinson #& 
Estimate: $800-$1,200 


KWANGSI 








31053 Kwangsi. Republic 20 Cents Year 14 (1925) MS64 PCGS, 


KM-Y415a, L&M-173. Presently tied for the second finest 
example of this minor certified to-date by PCGS, with a group of 
just 3 MS65’s ranking finer out of 155 total examples certified. 


FB 2F (1925) Bee SSR", MS64 PCGS., 

PCGSK ERG HSI BOW. SHLAA, KR 
B= BC MS6545 4, 

Estimate: $300-$500 








KWANGTUNG 


31054 Kwangtung. Kuang-hsti Cent ND (1900-1906) MS65 Brown 


PCGS, KM-Y192. Genuinely elusive quality for this minor, both 
sides of the coin resplendent with mint luster and an enticing 
blend of blue and red color over cocoa surfaces. 


1900-19064 RR HHT ESR. MS65 


Brown PCGS, - . . 
Feo BEE YD a OF SH LAE A, HEAL 2c a, PEER 
Mote wT. 


Estimate: $300-$500 


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31055 


Kwangtung. Kuang-hsu Pair of Certified Minors ND (1900- 
1906) MS64 Brown NGC, 

1) Cent, KM-Y192. Variety with “One Cent” on both sides. 

2) 10 Cash, KM-Y193 


A well-kept pair of provincial minors, both displaying attractive, 
glossy surfaces. (Total: 2 coins) 


1900-1906 442 R438 3b 4 7c Be, — A yA. MS64 Brown 
NGC. 

1) —ap self, Se abs 7A” One Cent” F tx. 

2) + 3c a 


ERS Ma, ROI RE 
Estimate: $600-$800 








31056 


Kwangtung. Kuang-hsu 5 Cents ND (1890-1905) MS65 PCGS, 
KM-Y199, L&M-137. A sharply struck gem without the least 
trace of weakness in the design, and an ample white luster that 
pairs perfectly with a soft cabinet tone in the peripheries. 


1890- 190547 BERRA Is H 70 AY TS FE SR. MS65 PCGS. 
SLR, BER, BS, HME, MERAH 
HARMED. 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 





31057 


31058 


31059 


31060 


Kwangtung. Kuang-hsti 10 Cents ND (1890-1908) MS64 
PCGS, Kuang mint, KM-Y200, L&M-136. Handsomely and 
evenly struck, with some mottled sky-blue tone on the reverse. 


1890- 1908 RRS I TUT (LAER, MS64 PCGS. 
Re4yoee, YHAAKERBR AE, 
Estimate: $200-$250 


Kwangtung. Kuang-hst 20 Cents ND (1890-1908) MS65 
PCGS, KM-Y201, L&M-135. A glowing specimen showcasing 
full cartwheel luster and lacking any noteworthy flaws. 


1890-1908# ER tt e-BOD Dw eSaRY, MS65 


PCGS. 
SRICAAN —K, Het BA, THI. 
Estimate: $400-$500 


Kwangtung. Kuang-hsu 50 Cents ND (1890-1905) XF Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS, Kwangtung mint, KM-Y202, L&M-134. Once 
lightly cleaned long ago and since retoned to a soft sunset hue, the 
present offering provides a more affordable example of a fiercely 
contested type. 


1890-19054 BRIE It = ADS. XF Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS. : 

JER SS ete AIR A ARTY 8 19 38 IK BS RRA, ZAR T 
ARYA Ewe, SLVR SR TE a 9] NI ES. 

Estimate: $400-$600 


Kwangtung. Republic 10 Cents Year 18 (1929) MS65 PCGS, 
KM-Y425, L&M-160. A rather rare grade for this otherwise pro- 
lific type, with only one MS66 ranking finer in the PCGS census 
out of 1,479 examples certified. 


REIT/A\4E (1929) A+ RR ie SSSR, MS65 PCGS. 
Bey A $0) — 3k, AEA. PCCSA GF HY 1,479 4c 1 BK — 
MS66442:46, BRAWN B—Ba 

Estimate: $300-$400 





SINKIANG 








31061 


31062 


31063 


31064 


31065 


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Sinkiang. Hstian-t’ung 2 Miscals AH 1327 (1909) XF40 PCGS, 
Kashgar mint, KM-Y23, L&M-753. Quite pleasing for the issue 
without any signs of damage or mounting, an even patination, and 
a heavily cracked obverse die (reverse as holdered). 


AH 1327 (19094F) #raee1 Tae A TASK —S%. XF4O PCGS. 

cal BK. AR FH, WATER, HAR IK 
Ai 1 

Estimate: $300-$400 


Sinkiang. Republic 5 Miscals Year 1 (1912) AU Details 
(Cleaned) NGC, KM-Y41, L&M-836. Arabesque strips variety. 
Lightly cleaned in the past, with clearly impressed devices and 
good eye appeal, particularly considering the assigned grade des- 
ignation. 


oo (1912) HH Gist F SR G48. AU Details (Cleaned) 
TBO. ES Yat ePID, SCI ey HL, UEP, ee tK 


KE 


Estimate: $500-$700 


Sinkiang. Republic 10 Cash CD 1929 AU58 Brown NGC, 
Kashgar mint, KM-Y44.6, CL-XJ.53. Variety with national flag 
to right. Very fleeting in upper grades and so near to Mint State, 
displaying glossy brown surfaces that show hints of luster. 


BEB (19294F) ase 113k 4 ER oc, AU5S8 Brown 


NGC, 

BME BH]. LAPP EE TMP LEA, HR 
An aR, ERIC ES, HRI. 

Estimate: $200-$300 


Sinkiang. Republic Dollar Year 38 (1949) AU Details 
(Cleaning) PCGS, Sinkiang Pouring Factory mint, KM-Y46.2, 
L&M-842. Toned over the devices, resulting in a cameo-like 
visual effect. 


RBI H/\4E (1949) Hoi SRS S BGR. AU Details 
(Cleaning) PCGS. 

GSE BR, SIEM R AE, WLR AUB SCAR, 
Estimate: $400-$500 


SZECHUAN 


Szechuan. Kuang-hsti Dollar ND (1901-1908) XF Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS, KM-Y238, L&M-345. Narrow Face variety. 
Aesthetically alluring despite the noted cleaning, with the devices 
seeming to nearly hover over the fields to impressive visual effect. 


1901-1908 # Dil ei ke LAtB_—DSE, XF Details 


(Cleaned) PCGS. = 
ATL. ON, BSA SER, REDO E PE Ex, 4 
ARR 

Estimate: $600-$800 


167 





OI RY A KOE LOL WY 


31066 


31067 


31068 


Szechuan. Kuang-hsti Dollar ND (1901-1908) VF Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS, KM-Y238, L&M-345. Narrow face dragon 
variety. A better type and variety that can become quite prohibi- 
tive in higher grades. 


1901-19084 OD) 4 tM TH tR—DSRE, VE Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS. . 

THE. BLAU, WLR, ROE. 

Estimate: $300-$400 


Szechuan. Hstian-tung Pair of Certified 10 Cash CD 1909, 
1) 10 Cash - MS63 Brown NGC 
2) 10 Cash - MS62 Brown PCGS 


KM-Y20t.1. “Curls Left” variety. (Total: 2 coins) 


CA (19094F) )I| anaes ZA TX. MAK. 
Ay Sl 244#MS63 Brown NGC & MS62 Brown PCGS, E* RH 
Estimate: $400-$600 


TAIWAN 


Taiwan. Republic gold “Centennial of Sun Yat-sen’s Birth” 
1000 Yuan Year 54 (1965) UNC (Surface Hairlines), KM541. 
Sold with the original case of issue. AGW 0.434 oz. 


RA a+ (1965) (Atha +x# RI 10007ae%. UNC 
(Surface Hairlines) . 

Hee we, £62 0434#4), 

Estimate: $700-$800 


TIBET 








31069 


Tibet. Hstian-t?ung Skar ND (1910) XF Details (Rim Damage) 
PCGS, KM-Y4, CL-XZ.07 (same dies). Only a one-year type 
issued under joint Chinese-Tibetan authority, with the present 
example appearing considerably nicer than the Standard Catalog 
of World Coins plate coin and nearly as nice as that plated by 
Zhou and Li, displaying none of the often seen environmental 
damage. 


19104F Fh 3, '& At HK — 38. XF Details (Rim Damage) PCGS. 
CHR LHEE AMER EAE HR aa 
HN 7S EE Te] oe LE eH, iy 3B — Bee + a ake KX. te Ke 
ASPHERIC, STIR, RIGHTS, ACIS 
Estimate: $200-$300 





31070 


188 


Tibet. Theocracy Rupee ND (1933-1939) XF40 PCGS, 
Kangding mint, KM-Y3.4. 





ER, 
Estimate: $100-$150 





31071 


31072 


31073 


oe RICE AI EN ZH, BERRI MK LSE A, 


YUNNAN 


Yunnan. Kwang-hst 10 Cash CD 1906 MS62 Red and Brown 
PCGS, KM-Y10v. Variety with “Tien” mint mark in center. 
Lustrous, with interwoven red and brown surface hues. 


AF 19064) st 4Fie PAVE SA + x. MS62 Red and 
Brown PCGS. . 

He AEN | FH, VERA. At, ALR EE ACMA RE. 
Estimate: $300-$400 


Yunnan. Kuang-hsti 50 Cents ND (1908) AU55 PCGS, 
KM-Y253, L&M-419. Impeccably struck, leaving alluringly 
prominent features standing over the frosty fields beneath. 


19084F 2 By ie Ht A 70 = RIV SRI, AUSS PCGS. 
LER, SHRRS LOSS, 
Estimate: $400-$500 


Yunnan. Republic 10 Cents ND (1911-1915) MS65 PCGS, 
KM-Y255, L&M-424. A premier type representative with fields 
ignited in argent luster and a hint of colorful toning at the periph- 
eries providing the completing touch of visual charm. 


1911-1915 #2 478 tM LALA _eSR YH. MS65 PCGS. 
BD be BAY 


Estimate: $700-$1,000 








31074 





Yunnan. Republic Dollar ND (1911) XF45 PCGS, KM-Y258.1 
(1920-1922), L&M-421. Variety with 4 circles beneath pearl. 
Boldly detailed in the central dragon with some of the characteris- 
tic peripheral weakness on the obverse. 


lOIFZ Hae HMR CR Ay See XFA5 PCGS, 

BRE RERX, DAPAG EMH. EMRMBAVEAL, IF 
SMG EW AEB, 742 StL 

Estimate: $600-$800 





31075 


ASSORTED PROVINCIAL 


3-Piece Lot of Certified Provincial Minors, 

1) Kwangtung. Kuang-hsti 20 Cents ND (1890-1908) - MS63 
NGC, KM-Y201 

2) Yunnan. Republic 50 Cents ND (1949) 
KM-Y257.3 

3) Yunnan. Republic 50 Cents ND (1949) 
KM-Y 257.3 (Total: 3 coins) 


Ae BA SR, AE ak. BEER. 

1) 1890-19084 2% t#4 0H BOD wea - MS63 NGC, 
2) 19490 2 Ais = BAD SR - MS62 PCGS., 

3) 194946 2 Ais = SEN GR - MS63 PCGS. 

Estimate: $300-$500 


- MS62 PCGS, 


- MS63 PCGS, 


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CHINA - REPUBLIC 


31076 


31077 


31078 


31079 


31080 


EMPIRE 


Kuang-hsii 10 Cents ND (1908) XF40 PCGS, KM-Y12, 
L&M-13. Lightly toned in silver, hints of mint luster visible 
throughout. 


19082576 fe Fe WEAR RE AB 70 BE to ft SR, XF4O PCGS. 
BLA ER BL MR SRE. 
Estimate: $600-$800 


Hsuan-t’ung 3-Piece Lot of Certified 10 Cash Year 3 (1911), 
1) 10 Cash - AU Details (Surface Hairlines) 

2) 10 Cash - MS63 Brown 

3) 10 Cash - MS62 Brown 


KM-Y27. (Total: 3 coins) 


SRAFARE TX, AEA. 

4y jl FE4#NGC AU Details (Surface Hairlines) , NGC MS63 
Brown, PCGS MS62 Brown. 

Estimate: $400-$500 


Hsuan-t’ung Dollar Year 3 (1911) XF Details (Cleaned) PCGS, 
KM-Y31, L&M-37. No period, extra flame variety. A still attrac- 
tive rendition of this always popular type, made more attainable 
in the present format. 


=F (1911) AYeSKK @ Al. XF Details (Cleaned) PCGS. 
FE ALAE - BUDK IGT. RAL RINRK, SFR i 5 el RL 
AY AT, FAA ER EP Aa IRD, (LE A. 

Estimate: $300-$400 


MIXED ISSUES 


3-Piece Lot of Certified Imperial Dollars PCGS, 

1) Hstian-t’ung Dollar Year 3 (1911) - XF40, KM-Y31, L&M-37. 
Without dot & flame variety. 

2) Chihli. Kuang-hst Dollar Year 34 (1908) - XF45, Pei Yang 
Arsenal mint, KM-Y73.2, L&M-465. 

3) Kiangnan. Kuang-hsti Dollar CD 1904 - XF40, KM-Y145a.12, 
L&M-257. Dot at “7” variety. 


An attractive lot of certified dollars, all displaying remnants mint 
luster. Sold as is, no returns. (Total: 3 coins) 


ee HER LE, — A= te. PCGS7F RM. 

1) @#=4 (1911) Av#SR SE. XF40 PCGS. ” DOLLAR” & 
4 Eh RK IG 

2) HM=aT OA (1908) Abe 7 AK DR, XF45 
PCGS, 4b 432 4K. 

3) Fk (19044) LHL TAtLR_ DIRE XF40 
PCGS. ” 7 MACE” fA BbhK. 


AB S| BY ADEE, JRC. RIE, PARK. 
Estimate: $800-$1,200 


REPUBLIC 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai 50 Cents Year 3 (1914) XF45 PCGS, 
KM-Y328, L&M-64. A sought-after type exhibiting a deep clay 
tone with scattered charcoal accents. 


KB =4F (1914) SHEE ISR, XFAS PCGS. 
PASC RE RA 1H RRL, GEE SE HE BOE 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 





31081 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai 50 Cents Year 3 (1914) XF Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS, KM-Y328, L&M-64. Attractive despite the 
noted cleaning, with a well-placed spread of highlighting tones 
that accentuate the struck features. 


RB =4F (1914) Ri SRY EGR. XF Details (Cleaned) 
PCGSs 

as (RSE 4a Wh, BA A ee, BR YER RTT 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 








31082 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Mint Error - Obverse Struck 
Through Dollar Year 3 (1914) MS62 NGC, KM-Y329, L&M-63. 
Triangle “Yuan” variety. A highly attractive rendition of this first 
year of issue, appearing frosty white throughout without the least 
trace of tone. Both the obverse and reverse appear to be struck 
through a piece of string below the President’s chin and at the top 
of the right side of the wreath. 


RB =4F (1914) sett SR SSR. SHE. MS62 NGC. 
SA. BRT A i te, LS To, AMI. IE 
HREMARAA es Lat BARR 

Estimate: $400-$500 





31083 


31084 


31085 


31086 


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Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 3 (1914) MS62 PCGS, 
KM-Y329.1, L&M-63. Toned to an even slate gray with remark- 
ably few instances of serious handling for the grade, and what 
appear to be some minor adjustments over the reverse. 


RB =4 1914) tt aR SSR. MS62 PCGS. | 
BREA, FA BUR SD, OCP I A. AAT AB oe BOR 
Estimate: $300-$500 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 3 (1914) MS61 PCGS, 
KM-Y329, L&M-63. Radiant and white, with a pale expression of 
burgundy tone to the lower reverse. 


KB =4F (1914) xt BRS ASR. MS61 PCGS. 
BRIGG, US ET, A ER EB A ET ATE 
Estimate: $200-$300 


Republic Pair of Certified Yuan Shih-Kai Dollars Year 3 
(1914) NGC, KM-Y329, L&M-63. Triangle Yuan variety. 
Certified MS62 and MS61, respectively. A handsome pair of Mint 
State Yuan Shih-kai dollars. (Total: 2 coins) 


RB =F (1914) RRR S BSR. At. NGCEP RR. 
=f BL) El. ANE EEA MS62FMS61, —HR S| A BORK 
BY Sc tt BIL 

Estimate: $400-$600 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 3 (1914)-O AU Details 
(Cleaned) PCGS, KM-Y329.4, L&M-63C, Kann-648. Variety 
with O in left loop of ribbon and triangle Yuan. Lustrous and 
punctuated throughout by russet tones, a section of darker patina- 
tion displayed to each of the obverse and reverse left peripheries. 


RB =4F (1914-0) RH OR SES. AU Details (Cleaned) 
PCGS. 

Ov, BU see Aa Zc el tA —/N PR A, Bie Ra RS EL BE, 
ERM eee AARRE. 

Estimate: $300-$400 


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31087 Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 8 (1919) AU Details 


(Harshly Cleaned) PCGS, KM-Y329.6, L&M-76. A scarce date 
in the series revealing fine hairlines throughout, these obscured in 
large part by a soft silver patina, a large degree of luster retained 
over the obverse surfaces. 


RE /\4F (1919) RH OLR & Hak, AU Details (Harshly 
Cleaned) PCGS. . . 

FL Fi oe ve Ae A A ADS SA LBS, 2 AH A a 
KR, ERIM. 

Estimate: $600-$800 








31088 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 8 (1919) XF40 PCGS, 
KM-Y329.6, L&M-76. A better date in the series, framed by 
russet tones at the peripheries of the struck features. 


RBI/\4F (1919) SiH URS SR. XF4O PCGS. 
WE ye FE AA BRO AAP, REV OME SE BE 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 





31089 


31090 


190 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 8 (1919) XF Details 
(Harshly Cleaned) PCGS, KM-Y329.6, L&M-76. Cleaning 
aside, seemingly conservatively graded, with considerable luster 
remaining and the devices expressing only minimal highpoint 
rub. 


RE/\4 (1919) RH SLR SSR. XF Details (Harshly 
Cleaned) PCGS.. . _ 
Hi ER TAIRA aT, LCE RS ORE. ERE, RASS 
TS 7A Ee UE BH 

Estimate: $200-$300 


Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 8 (1919) XF Details 
(Cleaning) PCGS, KM-Y329.6, L&M-76. A moderately circu- 
lated example of this classic and popular issue revealing areas of 
original mint luster within the protected regions. 


RB /\4F (1919) RH PVR SSR. XF Details (Cleaning) 
PCGS 


ATR. RARKK, AMBER. SHR OH. 
Estimate: $200-$300 








31091 


Republic Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollar Year 22 (1933) AU58 
PCGS, KM-Y345, L&M-109. Decorated in a silty patina and 
expressing noteworthy underlying luster. An engaging example 
of the type certified at the cusp of Mint State condition. 


RA —+— (1933) 4+ tk = Esk. AUS8 PCGS. 

EL EEA, RR AE. TER IES oh RR, 
ARH 

Estimate: $600-$800 





31092 


31093 


31094 


Republic Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollar Year 22 (1933) AU55 
PCGS, KM-Y345, L&M-109. Retaining nearly full original luster, 
the surfaces graced by a light silver patina and only minor wear 
expressed at the higher points. 


RA —+—4 (1933) At eS SRY, AU55 PCGS. 
We Tey oR OL eB EE EE Ta PR 
Estimate: $500-$700 


Republic Pair of Certified Sun Yat-sen “Junk” Dollars Year 
23 (1934) PCGS, 

1) Dollar - MS63+ 

2) Dollar - MS63 


KM-Y345, L&M-110. An attractive and choice pair of “Junk” 
dollars, one blast white, the other exhibiting a light russet tone. 
(Total: 2 coins) 


RE —+=4F (1934) APRS AR. ALK. PCCSHEM. 
1) & AS - MS63+, 
2) = BISKE - MS63. 


det _| Fen AR, ALR, A , BE 
Estimate: $500-$700 


JAPANESE OCCUPATION 


Japanese Occupation. Reformed Government Pair of 
Certified Fen Issues NGC, 

1) 10 Fen Year 29 (1940) - MS65, KM-Y522 

2) Fen Year 29 (1940) - MS61 Brown, KM-YA522 


A fully Mint State pair of Japanese Occupation issues, including 
the scarce one Fen type. (Total: 2 coins) 


RB —+ 7.4 (1940) &44 4, — ALAR. NGCHPEM. 
1) #24) - MS65: 

2) @ - MS61 Brown: 

BBR, SHARES, 

Estimate: $600-$800 


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31095 


31096 


31097 


PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC 


People’s Republic 4-Piece Certified silver “Terracotta 
Warriors” 5 Yuan Proof Set 1984 PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) “Kneeling Fire” 5 Yuan, KM98 

2) “General” 5 Yuan, KM101 

3) “Military Officer” 5 Yuan, KM99 

4) “Leading a Horse” 5 Yuan, KM100 


KM-PS13. (Total: 4 coins) 


19844 (EE i] Sue RAR. EM. PRES Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

1) | Beat | 1LO7USR TE 

2) | ate J LOTUS EF. 

3) [REF LOTUS 

4) (8) 1070S. 

Estimate: $100-$150 


People’s Republic 5-Piece Lot of Certified Proof “Inventions 
& Discoveries” 5 Yuan 1994 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) “Recording of Comets” 5 Yuan, KM627 

2) “Tuned Bells” 5 Yuan, KM628 

3) “Silken Fabric” 5 Yuan, KM629 

4) “Chain Water Pumps” 5 Yuan, KM630 

5) “Sailing Masts” 5 Yuan, KM631 


Inventions & Discoveries series. (Total: 5 coins) 


19942 (PREAKNESS | OT BRS. 
#x. PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) [352 RSL SIGS, 

2) | Ase | STUER 

3) [RAR] STUER: 

4) | Rea | S7USK I, 

5) [Abate] S7CaR 


He Lad er TRL SE HA RL AF = 
Estimate: $200-$300 


=o 


People’s Republic 5-Piece Lot of Certified Proof “Inventions 
& Discoveries” 5 Yuan 1994 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) “Recording of Comets” 5 Yuan, KM627 

2) “Tuned Bells” 5 Yuan, KM628 

3) “Silken Fabric” 5 Yuan, KM629 

4) “Chain Water Pumps” 5 Yuan, KM630 

5) “Sailing Masts” 5 Yuan, KM631 


Inventions & Discoveries series. (Total: 5 coins) 


LOD42 (PRM AKRAREH AH | OTH RR. -BR 
#x. PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC. 

1) [352 BSL SCS, 

2) [Ase | STUER: 

3) [SER | STGSR AS 

4) | Her | S7USKF, 

5) [Abe] S7CaR A: 


HF fad er RAL SC EH RL A Fl = 
Estimate: $200-$300 





31098 


31099 


31100 


People’s Republic 5-Piece Lot of Certified Proof “Inventions 
& Discoveries” 5 Yuan 1995 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) “Cannon & Gunpowder” 5 Yuan, KM735 

2) “Porcelain Crafting” 5 Yuan, KM736 

3) “Block Printing” 5 Yuan, KM737 

4) “Acupuncture” 5 Yuan, KM738 

5) “Chess” 5 Yuan, KM739 


Inventions & Discoveries series. (Total: 5 coins) 


199546 | Bl tt A ae EAR BL | O87 te GR 
#. PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) DK 3B | S7USR 

2) [eeae| STUER 

3) LEN Mm AT) S7CSR 

A) [8% | 57CSRIE: 

5) TBE) S70 


bad er AL SE HA RL AA 
Estimate: $200-$300 


Bh 


People’s Republic 5-Piece Lot of Certified Proof “Inventions 
& Discoveries” 5 Yuan 1995 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) “Cannon & Gunpowder” 5 Yuan, KM735 

2) “Porcelain Crafting” 5 Yuan, KM736 

3) “Block Printing” 5 Yuan, KM737 

4) “Acupuncture” 5 Yuan, KM738 

5) “Chess” 5 Yuan, KM739 


Inventions & Discoveries series. (Total: 5 coins) 


199546 [+ Ba tt EAR BL | O70 te GR 
#. PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) (K 8) S7GaK 

2) [ebae| STU 

3) TEN Ar] S7caR Ie: 

A) [te | 57a: 

5) feHE) 5703: 


HF bad er AL SE HA RL A 
Estimate: $200-$300 


Eh 


People’s Republic Pair of Certified Proof “Guanyin” 5 Yuan 
1997 PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) “Guanyin - Vase in Right Hand” 5 Yuan, KM1026 

2) “Guanyin - Vase in Left Hand” 5 Yuan, KM1025 


Mintage: 10,000 (each). (Total: 2 coins) 


199745 | Mitt ee eR | Ovo ee SR, — ALK. PR7O Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

1) la FeeH BAT 57; 

2) (AFF BLE 570; 

4 BAF 10,0004. 

Estimate: $150-$250 


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31101 


31102 


31103 


31104 


31105 


iz 


People’s Republic 6-Piece Lot of Certified “Guanyin” 10 
Yuan 1994-1999 MS69 NGC, 

1) 10 Yuan 1994, KM663 

2) 10 Yuan 1995, KM786 

3) 10 Yuan 1996, KM936 

4) 10 Yuan 1997, KM1028 

5) 10 Yuan 1998, KM1161 

6) 10 Yuan 1999, KM1243 


All display high surface reflectivity with cameo-like contrasts. 
(Total: 6 coins) 


1994-19994F | Bit HS eR) 107 SR. —A NK. MS69 
NEC; 

1) 19944710 7G5R'# 

2) 19954F 10 708K 

3) 19964410 704K 

4) 19972F10 708K 

5) 19984F10 704K 

6) 19994F 10704 


eae FERRI RES L 
Estimate: $300-$400 


People’s Republic gold Proof “Hong Kong’s Return” 50 Yuan 
1997 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM1044. Struck for the return of 
the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong to China. Hong 
Kong - Series HI. Sold with COA # 0007354. 


199744 | AK El ie tH | SO 7c tS, PR6O Ultra Cameo 
NGCs 

ACS A eG AT EB 7 SS AIH, Me ae Ae He 
0007354— ik €. 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 


People’s Republic gold Proof Holographic “Guanyin” 50 Yuan 
(1/10 oz) 2003 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM1512. Sold with 
COA #017326. AGW 0.0999 oz. 


200344 BF 507 HAY a (1/10# 4) . PR6O Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

Bet wt = Ale 2O17326—ll WE. G4 0.0999 Ht aI, 

Estimate: $150-$200 


People’s Republic gold Proof Colorized “Lu Junyi” 150 Yuan 
2010 PR69 NGC, KM1937. Outlaws of the Marsh - Series II. 
AGW 0.3324 oz. 


20104F | mia | SOR Y EF. PR6Q NGC. 
AEA —, Pe 0.3324 at Fl, 
Estimate: $500-$600 


People’s Republic 3-Piece Lot of Certified gold & silver Proof 
“Endangered Wildlife” Issues 1989 PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC, 
1) silver “Sika Deer” 10 Yuan 1989, KM254 

2) silver “Red-Crowned Crane” 10 Yuan, KM253 

3) gold “Chinese Tiger” 100 Yuan, KM255 


A nearly flawless set hailing from Endangered Wildlife, Series II. 
AGW 0.2359 oz. (Total: 3 coins) 


19894 (+O REREAD | PRS, —B=%k. PRESB 
Witra Cameo NGC, 

1) [ARTE RES LOTCSR EE, 

2) [ATH# J 1070aR'%. 

3) [2B RI) 100Ta, 


FUL LEN AL, DRE MW AVIX, MOE 0.23598 Fl, 
Estimate: $400-$500 





31106 


31107 


31108 





People’s Republic 6-Piece Certified gold & colorized silver 
“Beijing Olympics” Yuan Proof Set 2008 PR69 Ultra Cameo 
NGC, 

1) silver “Goat Jumping” 10 Yuan, KM1703 

2) silver “Kite Flying” 10 Yuan, KM1702 

3) silver “Shuttlecock” 10 Yuan, KM1705 

4) silver “Hoop Rolling” 10 Yuan, KM1704 

5) gold “Equestrian” 150 Yuan, KM1700 

6) gold “Archery” 150 Yuan, KM1701 


A complete set of Series I commemoratives. Total AGW 0.66 oz. 
(Total: 6 coins) 


20084 (#298 RM | RAH. VES, —AD 
#4. PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC. 
1) [il-eBK | 1O7caR ER; 
2) |e S| 107cSR; 
$8, | LOGS: 
RIE | LOTR: 
4) 150 ae; 
6) [At atl] 150704 ¥. 
B-AWNKRER, MERC 206684, 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 





People’s Republic 6-Piece Uncertified gold & colorized silver 
“Beijing Olympics” Yuan Proof Set 2008 PR69 Ultra Cameo 
NGC, 

1) silver “Lion Dances” 10 Yuan, KM1844 

2) silver “Peking Opera” 10 Yuan, KM1846 

3) silver “Big Bowl Tea” 10 Yuan, KM1843 

4) silver “Yangge Dance” 10 Yuan, KM1845 

5) gold “Wrestling” 150 Yuan, KM1847 

6) gold “Football” 150 Yuan, KM1848 


A complete set of series III commemoratives. Total AGW 0.66 oz. 
(Total: 6 coins) 


20084 (8298s Re | PRA. VERE, 
#4. PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC. 

1) [38% LOTGERY, 

2) LACH LOTCER I, 

3) [ARIA | OZER, 

4) | PRA SE | LOTUSRI, 

5) [3 | 150704, 

6) [EER 150704", 


B= RINLB-BARY, MOS 20.66 HF, 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 


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People’s Republic 6-Piece Certified gold & colorized silver 
“Beijing Olympics” Yuan Proof Set 2008 PR69 Ultra Cameo 
NGC, 

1) silver “Beihai Park” 10 Yuan, KM1732 

2) silver “The Great Wall” 10 Yuan, KM1674 

3) silver “Summer Palace” 10 Yuan, KM1688 

4) silver “Courtyard” 10 Yuan, KM1733 

5) gold “Swimming” 150 Yuan, KM1696 

6) gold “Weightlifting” 150 Yuan, KM1697 


A complete set of series Il commemoratives. Total AGW 0.66 oz. 
(Total: 6 coins) 


20084 [#20 4b Mie | PERS, —AL TA. PROI 
Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) [deve AES LOTUSR 

2) Isak] LOTCER HE, 

3) (RRA) 1LO7GSR 

Ae) LOTS, 

ik | 150704, 

6) [38 | 15044, 


EM AAIALR I, A 20.66 Ht al, 
Estimate: $1,000-$1,200 





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31109 


31110 


31111 


31112 


People’s Republic 3-Piece Lot of Certified gold & silver 
Colorized “Peking Opera Masks” Proof Set 2011 PR70 Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 


1) silver “Shan Xiongxin” 10 Yuan, KM1986 
2) silver Lu Zhishen” 10 Yuan, KM1985 
3) gold “Guan Yu” 100 Yuan, KM1987. AGW 0.2496 oz. 


Peking Opera - Series II. Sold with three COAs, all numbered 
22640. (Total: 3 coins) 


20114 | Rl] HVE a RI, —21= 7%. PR7O Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

1) | wee | 1070aR*. 

2) [SAR | 1070ah*, 

3) | BA) lOO. B42 0.2496 ZF, 


RRR HAW OX, MERE S— We, 29822640, 
Estimate: $400-$500 


People’s Republic 3-Piece Lot of Certified gold & silver 
Colorized “Peking Opera Masks” Proof Set 2011 PR70 Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 


1) silver “Shan Xiongxin” 10 Yuan, KM1986 
2) silver Lu Zhishen” 10 Yuan, KM1985 
3) gold “Guan Yu” 100 Yuan, KM1987. AGW 0.2496 oz. 


Peking Opera - Series II. Sold with three COAs, all numbered 
22641. (Total: 3 coins) 


20114 [eRe] ee VES SRY, —A1= 4c. PR7O Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

1) |B 4E1E | 10704R'*. 

2) (SR LOTR. 

3) | HA) lOO. 24 20.2496 =], 


PRAM —. Mae S— AE, 729822641. 
Estimate: $400-$500 


People’s Republic 3-Piece Lot of Certified gold & silver 
Colorized “Peking Opera Masks” Proof Set 2011 PR70 Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

1) silver “Shan Xiongxin” 10 Yuan, KM1986 

2) silver Lu Zhishen” 10 Yuan, KM1985 

3) gold “Guan Yu” 100 Yuan, KM1987. AGW 0.2496 oz. 


Peking Opera - Series II. Sold with three COAs, all numbered 
22642. (Total: 3 coins) 


201146 | Rie at | ee RM, —AL = He. PR7O Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

1) | wee | 107caR. 

2) | SAR) 1070ak 

3) | BA) lOO7c a, B42 0.2496 ZF, 


Pele eAAM IX. MHS e le, HR 22642. 
Estimate: $400-$500 


People’s Republic Pair of Certified gold & silver “First 
Aircraft Carrier” Yuan Issues 2012 PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, 
1) gold 100 Yuan (1/4 0z) 

2) silver 10 Yuan 


KM-Unl. Stuck in celebration of the Liaoning, China’s first air- 
craft carrier, commissioned on September 25, 2012. Coins are 
sold with individual COAs, both # 1777. (Total: 2 coins) 


20124 | Ana BEAR | | RIS, —B yt. PR7O Ultra Cameo 
NGC. 

1) 100704 # (1/4 a #]); 

2) 10704 4: _ 

Ay BEALE Bl 5s — AA BEA TEBE GE | AZOL2FOA 2S A RAE 
Flo QU SWE, 4a 58 lel 441777. 

Estimate: $400-$500 





31113 


31114 


31115 


UNICORN ISSUES 


People’s Republic 3-Piece Lot of Certified gold & silver 
“Unicorn” Issues 1994 NGC, 

1) silver 10 Yuan - MS68, KM675 

2) gold Proof 5 Yuan (1/20 oz) - PR69 Ultra Cameo, KM674 

3) gold Proof 25 Yuan (1/4 0z) - PR69 Ultra Cameo, KM678 


An appealing set comprised of both gold and silver types. (Total: 3 
coins) 


1994 4F BLE A 7 Ae SRE, — AH = te. NGCHEM. 

1) 107caR - MS68: 

2) 57c7tH ee (1/20 # =) - PR69 Ultra Cameo; 
3) 25707 St 4 (1/4 #2]) - PR69 Ultra Cameo: 


EW ALA SRI, 
Estimate: $500-$600 


LUNAR ISSUES 


People’s Republic Proof “Year of the Dog” 20 Yuan 1982 PR69 
Ultra Cameo NGC, KM56. Mintage: 8,825. Lunar Series. 


198244 4446 + A 207074 2 sR. PR6O Ultra Cameo NGC, 
BEAT B8.825%K. BBEHATI. 
Estimate: $600-$800 


People’s Republic Proof “Year of the Dog” 20 Yuan 1982 PR68 
Ultra Cameo NGC, K M56. Lunar issue. 


19824F 4448 + 4 207074 #2 SR, PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC. 
AH AP, 
Estimate: $400-$500 








31116 





People’s Republic gold Proof “Year of the Ox” 150 Yuan 1985 
PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC, Shenyang mint, KM120, Cheng-pg. 
29, 1, CC-82. Mintage: 16,053. Variety with full waterlines. A 
scarcer earlier issue, stemming from the limited run of the first 
5,000 struck and sold with a case. Offered here with the red case 
of issue and COA #3053. 


19854444 + B 15074 #2 4'%, PRES Ultra Cameo NGC. 
Tey te RK BT 16,0537, FER AAI HK, BRE 
5, 000728 JR ih Ee. URE MT ALI ES, 4 73053. 
Estimate: $700-$900 





31117 


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People’s Republic silver Proof “Year of the Rabbit” 50 Yuan 
(5 oz) 1987 PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM170. Mintage: 4,000. 
Sold with COA #1403. 


198744 + B50 7075 2 sR (54 =]) , PR6S Ultra Cameo 
NGC, 

847 24 OO008K. Mt et Ae HE 1403—lA WE. 

Estimate: $200-$300 


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31118 


31119 


31120 


31121 


31122 


31123 


31124 


31125 


31126 


194 


People’s Republic gold Proof “Year of the Rabbit” 150 Yuan 
(1/4 oz) 1987, KM171, Cheng-pg. 43, 1. Mintage: 4,780. Sealed in 
the original mint vinyl and sold with the case of issue and COA 
#3888. 


LO87# FH 1SO Te 1/4 a al) 
B47 2: 4.780%, BHPARE, HRSUE, AR#3888. 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 


People’s Republic gold Proof “Year of the Dragon” 150 Yuan 
(1/4 oz) 1988, KM198. Mintage: 7,600. Sealed in the original 
mint vinyl and sold with the case of issue and COA #2153. 


1988 F HEF + A 1SO7U tH ER a 1/4 zt el) 
47 =: 7,600, SHPORE, MESH E, AeR#2153. 
Estimate: $500-$700 


People’s Republic gold Proof “Year of the Dragon” 150 Yuan 
(1/4 0z) 1988, KM198. Mintage: 7,600. Sealed in the original mint 
vinyl, and sold with the case of issue and COA #2744. 


19884F FEAF H1SO70 tH ae 1/4 ze @]) 
47 =: 7,600K. SHRERS, BREW E, Ae eH274A4, 
Estimate: $500-$700 


People’s Republic gold Proof “Year of the Goat” 150 Yuan 
1991 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM366. Mintage: 7,500. Lunar 
Series. Commemorating the Year of the Goat. 


1991 4F “Fj 1SO 707 ae. PR6Q Ultra Cameo NGC. 
PAT ET SO0K. RIBEH AI, AALS. 
Estimate: $600-$800 


People’s Republic Proof “Year of the Pig” 10 Yuan (1 0z) 1995 
PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM745. A flawless example of this 
“Year of the Pig” lunar issue. 


199544 4 = 1070 aR C1 @]) . PR7O Ultra Cameo 
NGC 


AWAD), mis eR, 
Estimate: $250-$350 


People’s Republic Proof “Year of the Tiger” 10 Yuan 1998 
PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM1137. Lunar issue. Reduced size. 


19984F e4F EH lO 70H ASR, PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC. 
EAI. Bi AMR 
Estimate: $80-$120 


People’s Republic gold Proof Fan-Shaped “Year of the Dog” 
200 Yuan 2006, KM1679. Mintage: 6,600. Sold with the original 
case of issue and COA #4951. AGW 0.502 oz. 


20064644945 EK 20076 ka FO ta Se ae 
ce AS mBEWE, 4524951, 24420.502% 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 


PANDA ISSUES 


People’s Republic silver Proof Panda 10 Yuan 1984 PR69 
Ultra Cameo NGC, K M87, PAN-19A. Mintage: 10,000. 


198444 Fe SH 107075 2 aR, PR6O Ultra Cameo NGC. 
#4F Z10,000%K. 
Estimate: $600-$800 


People’s Republic silver Proof Panda 100 Yuan (12 0z) 1988, 
KM189, PAN-77A. Mintage: 5,000. Sealed in the original mint 
vinyl, and sold with case of issue and COA #2310. 


19884F RR 4H LOO TOA SRIE (12a eI) 
BAT E5,000K. HARB EY ae SLE, Ha FH2310. 
Estimate: $500-$600 








31127 People’s Republic silver Panda 10 Yuan (1 0z) 1989 MS70 


NGC, KM-A221, PAN-I10A. 


19894F Fa4H 1O7GSR (1 #2 4]) . MS7O NGC, 
KM-A221, PAN-110A. 
Estimate: $100-$150 








31128 People’s Republic silver Proof Piefort Panda 10 Yuan (2 


oz) 1991 PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM386.3, PAN-160A. A 
relatively low-mintage double-weight striking produced to com- 
memorative the 10th anniversary of the Panda series. 


199147 F648 107078 #2 WER SR (22 Fl) . PR6S Ultra Cameo 
NGC; 

AAT ela 1K. PU RR He RT LEAD, BR, 

Estimate: $300-$400 


31129 People’s Republic Pair of Certified platinum Proof Panda 


Multiple Yuan 1993 Ultra Cameo NGC, 
1) 5 Yuan - PR67, KM484. 
2) 10 Yuan - PR69, KM486. Mintage: 2,500 


Total APW 0.15 oz. (Total: 2 coins) 
19934F Fe 4% 1070 tH 2 oa", —AL tx. Ultra Cameo NGC. 
1) S7USH'# - PRG, 

2) 107041" - PR69. 44 £2,5004%. 


48 SH 2 0.15 tt a], 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 


31130 People’s Republic 2-Piece Certified platinum Panda Proof Set 


1994, 
1) 5 Yuan (1/20 oz) - PR68 Deep Cameo PCGS, KM611. Mintage: 


2) 10 Yuan (1/10 oz) - PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM623. Mintage: 
2,500 


Perth mint. An attractive group of small size issues, with the 
10 Yuan being notably more difficult to acquire in PR70 than in 
PR69. (Total: 2 coins) 


1994 4F fe 9a tA oo. BAA. 
1) 570 (1/20###]) - PR68 Deep Cameo PCGS. #47 5,000 


O° 


Lo 
: 10% (1/102#£#]) - PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, #47 22,500 


FH Hr ee. AK A) a ee, PR7ODWI1IOT SLB 
PR69#E B44 3 
Estimate: $800-$1,000 


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FRENCH INDO-CHINA 


31131 


31132 


31133 


People’s Republic Pair of Certified platinum Proof Panda 
Multiple Yuan 1995 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) 5 Yuan - PR67, KM729. 

2) 10 Yuan - PR69, KM730. 


Total APW 0.15 oz. (Total: 2 coins) 


19954F Fe 3H 4 2 oa, —AL MA. Ultra Cameo NGC. 
1) 57088 - PR67, 
2) 107054" - PR69. 


Ae 4 SH 0.154 FI, 
Estimate: $600-$800 


People’s Republic 2-Piece Certified platinum Panda Proof Set 
1996 PR69 Ultra Cameo NGC, 

1) 5 Yuan (1/20 oz) - PR69, KM888. Mintage: 5,000 

2) 10 Yuan (1/10 oz) - PR69, KM890. Mintage: 10,000 


Perth mint. A virtually unimprovable set, free of haze and with 


a small strike through below the denomination on the 10 Yuan. 


(Total: 2 coins) 


1996 4F Fe Si te eo, —2S yc. PR6I Ultra Cameo NGC. 
1) 570 1/20 # #]) - PR69. #47 25,0007. 
2) 1070 (1/10# #]) - PR69. #47 -=10,000%. 


Sot Se AC, — AL RY A, AH Ae. LOT EL 
THAI 

Estimate: $800-$1,000 

People’s Republic gold “Small Date” Panda 5 Yuan (1/20 0z) 
1998 MS69 NGC, KM1125. A key Panda issue demonstrating 
nearly perfect preservation. 


19984F fe 48570 ae (1/208 =]) . SHH. MS69 NGC. 
PASE HY FRE EAE th, BEL 76 RAF AK RR 
Estimate: $500-$700 





31134 


People’s Republic silver Panda 10 Yuan (1 0z) 2001 MS70 
NGC, KM1365. A perfectly certified representative. 


2001 4F fe 4H LOTUSRIE Cat #1) . MS70 NGC. 
ni 7H 76 AY — Ko 
Estimate: $100-$150 





31135 


People’s Republic 3-Piece Lot of Certified platinum Proof 
Panda Multiple Yuan, 

1) 50 Yuan (1/20 0z) 2003 - PR69 Deep Cameo NGC, KM1470 

2) 50 Yuan (1/20 oz) 2004 - PR69 Deep Cameo NGC, KM1532 

3) 100 Yuan (1/10 oz) 2005 - PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM1591 


An attractive date set in virtually flawless condition. (Total: 3 
coins) 


2003-2005 4+ fe 4a ta 2 HI, A= te. LaF 

1) 2003445070 (1/204 #]) - PR69 Deep Cameo NGC. 

2) 2004445070 (1/204 #]) - PR69 Deep Cameo NGC. 

3) 20054-10076 (1/10# #]) - PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC, 


— ABA TB SE a Ae Se RR, HR RE EY 
Estimate: $400-$600 





31136 


31137 


31138 


31139 


People’s Republic 3-Piece Lot of Certified Panda 10 Yuan 
2018 NGC, 

1) 10 Yuan - MS70 

2) 10 Yuan - MS69 

3) 10 Yuan - MS68 


KM-Unl. All are certified as “First Day of Issue” and housed in 
NGC “Ist” holders. (Total: 3 coins) 


20184F Fe 4H LO TCR, —AH = 4K. NGC. 

4) Fl| HNGC#LA MS70, MS69, MS68., HREM RABHR 
NGC#HA l1st] (@#—-) HSA. 

Estimate: $80-$120 


People’s Republic 4-Piece Lot of Certified Panda 10 Yuan 
2018 NGC, 

1) 10 Yuan - MS70 

2) 10 Yuan - MS69 

3) 10 Yuan - MS68 

4) 10 Yuan - MS67 


KM-Unl. All are certified as “First Day of Issue” and housed in 
NGC “Ist” holders. (Total: 4 coins) 


20184 Fe SH 1O7CGR', —AL PS A. NGCHER. 

AF HNGC#EA MS70,. MS69, MS68, MS67. HHA RAR 
+t FANGC#H I 1st] (@—-) WEaTW. 

Estimate: $100-$150 


FRENCH COCHIN CHINA 


French Colony 10 Cents 1884-A MS64 PCGS, Paris mint, KM4, 
Lec-18. Exquisite quality for this only 3-year type, with not a 
single example having certified gem at PCGS. 


1884-A4F B34 10448", MS64 PCGS. 

Ee A, BT EER, WARE RE. PCCSES AA 
4£ fy —#eGem ih A ef. 

Estimate: $400-$600 


FRENCH INDO-CHINA 


French Colony Piastre 1909-A MS64 PCGS, Paris mint, 
KM5Sa.1, Lec-292. Very nearly gem for a type that rarely comes as 
such, with a lightly golden luster pervading the designs and creat- 
ing a highly pleasing appearance. 


1909-A4F Ab} — ESRF. MS64 PCGS. 
Eerie TWA, aI, Bie A. 
Estimate: $500-$700 








31140 


French Colony Piastre 1909-A MS63 PCGS, Paris mint, 
KM5Sa.1, Lec-292. Well toned with prominent die polish lines over 
both sides. 


1909-A#F AB} —FCSRYE, MS63 PCGS. 
EAGER. HO, SMB. 
Estimate: $300-$400 





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31141 


French Colony copper-nickel Specimen Essai Piastre 1946- 
(a) SP66 PCGS, Paris mint, KM-E43, Lec-315. A sharp gem 
example of the issue, struck in a limited mintage of 1,100. 


1946- (a) IRB EN 2+ 70a etx, SP66 PCGS. 
Ae , ARR RSE ESSAIL, LEAN RAD mm. OTE 
R#1,1004K. 

Estimate: $500-$600 


GREAT BRITAIN 











31142 Victoria Trade Dollar 1897-(B) MS62 PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS, Prid-5. A comparatively difficult issue to locate in Mint 
State, displaying mottled russet tones in the peripheries and 
slightly muted obverse luster. 
1897- (B) 4F3h IFS HSK, MS62 PCGS. . 
LAER, LP ERB MRR TARA. BH 
BT ty CLI, ICE BU. 
Estimate: $500-$700 

31143 Victoria Trade Dollar 1898-(B) MS61 PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-T5, Prid-7. A scarcer subvariety of the date lacking the mint- 
mark on the trident, this appearing to be only the second Mint 
State example of which we have offered. 
1898- (B) 4F3h 34 ISR, MS61 PCGS. oo 
i eI. EE LE, = OR Ee a. Fs = 
ACME] 4H EE BY A it HK RE BY 
Estimate: $500-$700 

31144 Victoria Trade Dollar 1900-B MS62 PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-T5, Prid-9. Rather enticing for the grade, with velveteen 
fields and full cartwheel luster. 
1900-B4F-3h + & SRF. MS62 PCGS. . . 
2 oe — ACG AGE DENTE Ea it, JR ROAR ARAM TAY, RIE IC 
JW 
Estimate: $150-$250 

31145 Edward VII Trade Dollar 1902-B MS64 NGC, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS, Prid-13. An icy specimen with richly textured fields and 
hardly a stray mark of consequence. 
1902-B4F-3k HF & Hlskit. MS64 NGC. 
ne Se. SOC, RBUEK SB, RATER. 
Estimate: $300-$400 

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31146 








Edward VII Dollar 1903-B MS62 PCGS, Bombay mint, KM-T5, 
Prid-15. 


1903-B 4F34 3+ SRF, ~MS62 PCGS. 
iia FL Se 
Estimate: $200-$300 





31147 


31148 


31149 


Edward VII Trade Dollar 1903/2-B MS62 NGC, Bombay mint, 
KM-T5. A softer, yet nonetheless quite scarce, overdate within 
the series, featuring bold white color and hardly a trace of tone. 


1903/2-B4F 3h = BSR, MS62 NGC, 

RAR, APPR NER, LER RY, SRI, & 
PIR LE. 

Estimate: $500-$700 


Edward VII Trade Dollar 1904/3-B AU58 PCGS, Bombay 
mint, KM-T5, Prid-16. The finest example of this overdate that we 
have offered, with just 9 pieces in total between the two grading 
services having been awarded a Mint State designation. 


1904/3-B4F 55 + & Sk, AUS58 PCGS. 

oe S38 5 WAC TH Be AY oe Re — AK | © NGCKPCGSEH 
RA OBA EER REE ao 

Estimate: $500-$700 

Edward VII Trade Dollar 1904/0-B AU50 NGC, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS. An elusive and very clear overdate with good luster and 
originality preserved in the fields in spite of clear highpoint wear. 
1904/0-BaE ee lék*, AUSO NGC, 

mae. RRA RK, BREA BFR, SOC A. 


Estimate: $300-$400 








31150 





Edward VII Trade Dollar 1908-B MS64 NGC, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS. A brilliant specimen which exists very much on the cusp 
of gem, the surfaces resplendent and perfectly pairing full luster 
and a light dappling of tone. 


1908-B4F 3h = FSR, MS64 NGC, _ 
i SHE. ERE, EOE LEE. Kt 
Estimate: $500-$700 





31151 


Edward VII Trade Dollar 1908-B MS63 PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS, Prid-18. A highly presentable and attractive piece with 
mottled silky surfaces. 


1908-B F353 @ ISR. MS63 PCGS. | | 
ae mate AB — 2, FART, LA SEBUM, WO 


Estimate: $400-$600 


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lalonvem Cone 


31152 


Edward VII Trade Dollar 1909/8-B UNC Details (Obverse 
Scratched) NGC, Bombay mint, KM-Tn5. A radiant specimen 
which would have almost certainly have secured a Mint State 
designation near the gem level if not for an area of scratching 
underneath and to the right of the word “DOLLAR”. Quite attrac- 
tive nonetheless, and featuring distinctive flow lines that easily 
stand out across the surfaces. 


1909/8-B4E35 3# & Gk", UNC Details (Obverse Scratched) 
NGC 


re Se. ICAI, bir aeare [DOLLAR] FA-HMR 
a, FE BE AG TR RE BFA, TE HR ek, Tat TT PE, 
HM HR, KOs. 

Pinte: $600-$800 








31153 


Edward VII Trade Dollar 1910/00-B MS62 PCGS, Bombay 
mint, KM-T5, Prid-20. 1900/00 overdate. 


1910/00-B 4F3h 3+ = ASK, MS62 PCGS. 
i SK, 1900/00 | FHI « 
Estimate: $200-$300 





31154 


31155 


31156 


31157 


George V Trade Dollar 1911-B MS63 PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-T5. A beaming choice representative clearly struck from 
heavily polished dies. 


1911-B4E3h 3 & Blak, MS63 PCGS., 
mee, ROCA NM, LR, RAO aT. 
Estimate: $250-$350 


George V Dollar 1911/00-B AU55 PCGS, Bombay mint, 
KM-T5. Only the second example of this rare, and relatively clear, 
overdate that we have seen, with only a small handful having 
appeared at auction. 


1911/00-B4F 3k F% lek i, AU55 PCGS. _ 
AGEN. BEM. SA, EMAL, MAES RIE 

gh—7, tH FETE ay EY BFE 48 FT 

Estimate: $300-$400 


George V Trade Dollar 1930-B MS64+ NGC, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS, Prid-28. A striking offering, seldom found finer, and 
positively brimming with mint luster. 


1930-B4F 3h + S BSR, MS64+ NGC. 

Reese, BUN, DAA BZ LR, ea 
$e, TRS, 

Estimate: $400-$600 


George V Trade Dollar 1930-B MS64 NGC, Bombay mint, 
KM-TS. A bright emission framed by a ring of pale amber toning 
at the peripheries. 


1930-B4E35 4S Bh, MS64 NGC, 
BGR, ROME, WE IH Ae ee, 
Estimate: $300-$400 





HONG KONG 


31158 British Colony. Victoria Pair of Certified Cents PCGS, 


31159 


31160 


31161 


1) Cent 1865 - MS62 Brown, KM4.1 
2) Cent 1866 - MS63 Red and Brown, KM4.1 (Total: 2 coins) 


Ae (Se, — APA. PCCSHER. 
1) 186544—‘il - MS62 Brown. 

2) 186644—1il - MS63 Red and Brown. 
Estimate: $300-$400 


British Colony. Victoria 3-Piece Lot of Certified Cents Brown 
PCGS, 


1) Cent 1875 - MS63 
2) Cent 1876 - MS63 
3) Cent 1877 - MS62 


KM4.1. (Total: 3 coins) 


Ae ve — 1) Sl, — AN = Ae. PCGSHER. 
1) 18754F—‘ - MS63. 

2) 18764F—‘) - MS63. 

3) 18774 —“il - MS62. 

Estimate: $400-$600 


British Colony. Victoria Pair of Certified Cents NGC, 
1) Cent 1863 - MS63 Brown, KM4.1 
2) Cent 1899 - MS64 Red and Brown, KM4.3 


A pair of well-preserved Victorian cents, both displaying deeper 
toning, the 1899 retaining a high degree of original mint luster. 
(Total: 2 coins) 


he eS — ial, — A. NGCEER. 

1) 186344—‘1l - MS63 Brown. 

2) 189944—(l - MS64 Red and Brown. 

AE BA Hx BHR RAEN, MRA AE 
4 — pie SE ae We, Fa JR KR REY EE. 

Estimate: $500-$700 


British Colony. Victoria Pair of Certified Cents 1900-H NGC, 


4,3, 1899 


1) Cent - MS64 Red and Brown 
2) Cent - MS65 Red 


Heaton mint, KM4.3. A lustrous pair of Cents, both fielding 
ample mint luster, the MS65 representative showcasing a fiery 
red color. (Total: 2 coins) 


1900-H4F #4 — 1s, — AB Ac. 

1) —‘i) - MS64 Red and Brown. 

2) (lll - MS65 Red. | 

Sie em. AAR 1h, Ree A Hs, MS65— 
7 LAK AL ELE 

Estimate: $300-$400 





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31162 


British Colony. Victoria 5 Cents 1891 MS67 PCGS, KMS. 
Supremely lustrous and tied for the finest certified by PCGS 
to-date, NGC having seen none higher than MS66. 


189144 434 FA. MS67 PCGS. 

32 Hk TL 38 tk, PCCSHEDZ 7h, NCCAA LA BH IAMS66HY 
BED Bl TF. 

Estimate: $700-$800 





31163 


British Colony. Victoria 5 Cents 1899 MS67 PCGS, KM5. A 
resplendent gem with light obverse peach tone and deep sunset 
hues flanked by a section of blue on the reverse. 


189944 34 FA. MS67 PCGS. 

Ae i) Be BR EY — A, TERRE ALE, WIA Se, MW 
FA-ARKREAtL, 

Estimate: $700-$800 





31164 


31165 


198 


British Colony. Victoria 10 Cents 1900-H MS65 PCGS, Heaton 
mint, KM6.3. Pleasantly frosted and demonstrating considerable 
cartwheel luster to the obverse and reverse surfaces. 


1900-H# #5 — %. MS65 PCGS. : 
BRECK, BRN BOK, Swe HE. 
Estimate: $500-$800 


British Colony. Victoria Pair of Certified 50 Cents 1893 
PCGS, 

1) 50 Cents - AU Details (Cleaning), KM9.1. Large Ring variety. 
2) 50 Cents - XF45, KM9.1. Small Ring variety. 


An appealing group offering both varieties of the date in relatively 
more attainable grades. (Total: 2 coins) 


18934 k++ A. — AL AK. PCGSEFM. 
1) + - AU Details (Cleaning). AB}KE. 
2) + - XF45, BEI. 


AAG EH AB, AA ih PPE ELE. 
Estimate: $400-$600 





31166 


31167 


31168 


31169 


31170 


British Colony 6-Piece Lot of Certified Cents Red and Brown 
PCGS, 

1) Victoria Cent 1901 - MS64, KM4.3 

2) Victoria Cent 1901-H - MS64, KM4.3 

3) Edward VII Cent 1903 - MS63, KM11 

4) Edward VII Cent 1904-H - MS64, KM11 

5) Edward VII Cent 1905 - MS64, KM11 

6) Edward VII Cent 1905-H - MS64, KM11 (Total: 6 coins) 


Be A (se, —AH7\ 74%. Red and Brown PCGS. 
1) 190144—“l - MS64, HAA HER, 

2) 1901-H4#—“ill - MS64, #244) ER, 

3) 190344—‘il - MS63, H2R##ELUHEE. 

A) 1904-H4—() - MS64, R2RB@#24LHEE, 

5) 190544#—“il - MS64, H2RB#LHEE, 

6) 1905-H4#—‘) - MS64, H2RB@#LHEE, 
Estimate: $600-$800 


British Colony. Edward VII 10 Cents 1903 MS63 PCGS, 
KM13. Lightly toned and fully choice, the reverse alluringly 
decorated in soft blues contrasting against golden highlights at 
the outer registers. 


1903F Hi-Z. MS63 PCGS. _ 
SO. fiir. FORAZPN BERENS ER tV RAL. 
Estimate: $400-$600 


British Colony. Edward VII 20 Cents 1902 MS62 PCGS, 
KM14. A very conditionally scarce date so near to choice, with an 
MS6l-graded specimen hammering for nearly $1000 in August 
2019. 


19024F BAZ. MS62 PCGS. | 
RISE HY ET), FEO QUE HE ERA. AE EEAMS6249 
| F FA20194 Wt 1 OOO TIE, HEA, 

Estimate: $300-$500 


British Colony. Edward VII 50 Cents 1905 MS62 PCGS, 
KM1S5. Icy white and virtually free of tone, this piece appears to 
be very much on the cusp of choice. 


190544 #3#-+ El, MS62 PCGS. 
St, mL. 
Estimate: $250-$350 


British Colony 4-Piece Lot of Certified Cents Red and Brown 
NGC, 

1) Edward VII Cent 1902 - MS64, KM11 

2) Edward VII Cent 1905-H - MS65, KM11 

3) George V Cent 1919-H - MS63, KM16 

4) George V Cent 1923 - MS65, KM16 


A very pleasing assemblage with all pieces certified at the choice 
level or above. (Total: 4 coins) 


Ae i (I), — ALA. Red and Brown NGC, 
1) 190244—() -MS64, X22 #24. 

2) 1905-H4—(i) - MS65, H2R@#LHEE, 

3) 1919-H4—(l - MS63, Z2S4AHEE. 

A) 192344—( -MS65, KZ SARE, 


— KEL Se Bat Se LY ES, SERIE ED 
Estimate: $400-$600 


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31171 


British Colony. Shanghai Specie Office silver Bar of 5 Dollars 
ND (c. 1970s) AU (Cleaned), KM-XBI13. 54x32mm. 163.97gm. 
A popular bullion bar anachronistically struck with Queen 
Victoria’s portrait. 


LOTOSE TRA AE & Fl eGR, AU (Cleaned). 
oi £163.97 Mo RAW AK, NA RES Fl E 
Estimate: $500-$600 








31172 





British Colony. Elizabeth II 5 Cents 1964-H AUS5 NGC, 
Heaton mint, KM29.1. A date never released for circulation and 
the key to the series. Very lightly worn, with peripheral luster. 


1964-H44E SA (41, AU55 NGC. 
Ste BK, UEHARA IER, AVIP RY eH 
Estimate: $300-$500 





31173 


31174 


31175 


British Colony. Elizabeth II gold “Year of the Horse” 1000 
Dollars 1978 MS69 NGC, KM44. Zodiac series. AGW 0.4708 oz. 


197844 i | AE HJ 1000741. MS69 NGC. 

+E ARP, 4 0.47082 4 

Estimate: $600-$900 

British Colony. Elizabeth II gold Proof “Year of the Monkey” 


1000 Dollars 1980 PR69 Deep Cameo PCGS, K M47. Zodiac 
series. AGW 0.4708 oz. 


19804F es | EEA HJ 100070 , PR6I Deep Cameo 


POG 
ERAS, @4 20.4708 tt 
Estimate: $700-$1,000 


Special Administration Region bi-metallic gold & silver Proof 
10 Dollars 1994 PR68 Deep Cameo PCGS, KM70a. AGW 
0.5395 oz. 


199446 A ye 5 Fill 47 Bc EE El te 4), PR68 Deep Cameo 
PUGS: 

@ 42 20.5395 tt #l 

Estimate: $700-$900 





INDIA 


31176 Mughal Empire. Akbar (AH 963-1014 / AD 1556-1605) gold 
Mohur AH 982 (AD 1574/5) XF Details (Tooled) NGC, Agra 
mint, KM108.1, Hull-1205. With mint epithet Dar al-Khilafat. 
Reasonably well centered with the mint name and epithet quite 
clear. The noted tooling seems to refer to some very minor 
grooves around the first line of the kalima. 


AH982 (1574/5244) VE "ff 4", XF Details (Tooled) NGC. 
PAs re A, ee AEDar al-Khilafat. 2K A A ck 
SEMEL ene L. RE TT OCI I SE OD 
Estimate: $400-$500 








31177 Mughal Empire. Shah Jahan gold Mohur Year 1 (Ahad) 
(1627-1629) AU58 NGC, Burhanpur mint, KM254.2, Hull-156l, 
Liddle Type G-69. With the beginning of ahad visible at the 
edge of the second line on the obverse (remainder of date off- 
flan). Possessing a clear eye appeal, the strike well-centered on a 
slightly undersized flan, as is usual for the type. 


1627-16294F Fe reo ae iF. AUS8 NGC. | 

7H FS Ae A AT A 5 MFR REN A hg) 
FRE, SAA A HR 

Estimate: $500-$700 





31178 Bikanir. Ganga Singh Rupee 1892 MS64+ PCGS KM72. One 
of a mere two examples in this peak grade in the PCGS census, 
featuring eye-catching toning that intensifies to iridescence at the 
rims. 


189245 FUE Le PY ff 1 Be bt. MS64+ PCGS. . 
PCCSIRE HE FRA Sb — BEF LE HE Ro LAC HE HR EH, FR 
Fal 3 7 HT DFR 

Estimate: $300-$400 


INDONESIA 


31179 Republic Proof “UNICEF” 10000 Rupiah 1999 PR69 Ultra 
Cameo NGC, KMo62. Mintage: 1,303. UNICEF / Children of the 
World issue. 


19904 WEIGH LEAS | 10,0008 17 ak. PRE 
Ultra Cameo NGC, 

4 21,3034, HRLELS OM. 

Estimate: $200-$300 


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31180 Akita Kyu Momme Ni Bu Gin Ban (silver 9 Momme 2 Bu) ND 


(1863) AU, KM12, Hartill-9.90. 79x55mm. A very nice example 
of the type, exhibiting wonderful old collection patina and numer- 
ous die polishing lines. Comes with an old paper ticket with 
Japanese writing. 


18635 AK LAA SRA. A . 
AK RE FEA — 7 |] — iE hes RMA BNR 
XE, URS BAUR, BRI ee = — lel 

Estimate: $600-$800 





31181 


31182 


Ansei silver Chogin ND (1859-1865) XF (Cleaned), Edo mint, 
JNDA 09-69, Hartill-9.57 var. (only 4 stamps on body). 59x23mm. 
65.33gm. A smaller size for this type than is often encountered. 


1859-1865 ZK Tsk, XF (Cleaned). 

TL Ae. SUA ER AO RRA RK. 559x238, £65.33 
Feo OR RAW. 

Estimate: $150-$200 


Meiji 70-Piece Lot of Uncertified 5 & 10 Sen UNC, cf. 
KM-Y22 and KM-Y23. For 5 Sen: 15mm. 1.32gm. For 10 Sen: 


18mm. 2.75gm. Includes a variety of dates. Sold as is, no returns. 
(Total: 70 coins) 


He HA A ok, SRR, — AH ak, EER. UNC. 

DBE: SRK. 1.3256; TH: BER. 2.75%. UES MTE H 
FLL, PER IR AR. 

Estimate: $300-$400 








31183 


Meiji 20 Sen Year 4 (1871) MS65 PCGS, KM-Y3, JNDA 01-20. 
Variety with ‘Sen’ character complete. An exceptionally frosty 
and sharp striking, exuding gem quality and only seldom encoun- 
tered meaningfully finer. 


HAIG Oe (1871) —T SRS MS65 PCGS. 
iE 148) KA. TRA, TEA, SE ER kh AE KR 
Estimate: $1,000-$1, 500 





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31184 


Meiji Yen Year 3 (1870) MS63 PCGS, KM-Y5.1, JNDA 01-09. 
Type I. Fully choice and entirely enviable for this first year of 
issue, the fields exceptionally glassy and highlighted by brilliant 
cartwheel luster. 


Hie =4F (1870) —Elék'#*. MS63 PCGS. 
“a we 847, mA A A. SRE, A ey Hp ot 


Estimate: $500-$700 








31185 





Meiji Yen Year 3 (1870) MS63 NGC, KM-Y5.1, JNDA 01-9. 
Type 1. Possessing a vivid color palette, with differing gradations 
of silver-gray color paired with orange tones around the central 
devices. Mislabeled on the holder as Type 2. 


He = 4 (1870) —|Bl4ki%*, MS63 NGC, 

ea fe Yee Tee AR BARR, ELA 
ee ae Aen 

Estimate: $500-$700 





31186 


Meiji Yen Year 3 (1870) MS62 PCGS, KM-Y5.1, JNDA 01-9. 
Type 1, with border. A noticeably conservatively graded repre- 
sentative of this first milled yen of Japan, the surfaces silky and 
omitting all but the most inconsequential of marks, while cart- 
wheel luster swirls effortlessly across both sides. 


Pye =4F (1870) —lski#. MS62 PCGS. | 

RA, TE TERRA AT, ROA ARPA, Ge 
FOS HN Be OF 

Estimate: $400-$600 


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KOREA 





31187 Meiji Yen Year 16 (1883) MS61 NGC, KM-YA25.2, JNDA 
01-10. A brilliant representative for the designation, featuring a 
remarkably watery, Prooflike finish to the fields. 


He T7\4F (1883) — lak, MS61 NGC. 
RABAT LEN cee, RRA OH, HA. 
Estimate: $500-$600 





31188 Meiji Counterstamped Yen Year 18 (1885) MS62 PCGS, 
KM-Y28a.1, JNDA 01-10B. With gin countermark to left of 
denomination. Strikingly lustrous for this often cleaned or other- 
wise damaged type, and very near choice. 


Hie T/\AF (1885) — skit |Z ALSK |. MS62 PCGS. 
HAA Sh) Fane. RIL I, CARER. WAP —RA 
REBEL DTAE, WR - BEF. 

Estimate: $300-$400 


31189 Meiji Yen Year 27 (1894) MS64 PCGS, KM-YA25.3. Well- 
struck with slightly darkened patination and hardly a mark of 
consequence over the surfaces. 


Hie—t-t4F 1894) — sk. MS64 PCGS. 
SLT, RU, RORY ER. 
Estimate: $300-$400 








- 

: fee : 

i, ro 4s a = 
aa ree si 7 


31190 Meiji gold 5 Yen Year 8 (1875) AU Details (Mount Removed) 
NGC, Osaka mint, KM-Y1la, JNDA 01-3A. A lower mintage date 
within the series, made more attainable in this ex-jewelry format. 


HIG \ (1875) HB4&"*. AU Details (Mount Removed) 


NGC, 

KR SE Ryle A BE, BT BD ae, BPS 
AES RED, TAR IR 

Estimate: $400-$600 





31191 Meiji Trade Dollar Year 8 (1875) AU Details (Repaired) 
PCGS, KM-Y14, JNDA 01-12. Only a three-year type, showing 
ample evidence of well struck-up details. 


HAIG/\4F (1875) BAR. AU Details Goce PCGS; 
427A (BAER MT, MLAB EE. BEN CE, An BR Yer HT 
Estimate: $500-$600 





31192 Meiji Trade Dollar Year 9 (1876) AU Details (Chopmarked) 
NGC, KM-Y14. A highly sought-after type by collectors of the 
series, the present example of which continues to beam with an 
icy luster that greatly enhances the overall visual appeal. 


Hie 7L4F (1876) @ SK. AU Details (Chopmarked) NGC. 
SAP, Bik BE ICE, HRT I 7. 
Estimate: $400-$500 


31193 Netherlands East Indies. Japanese Occupation aluminum Sen 
NE 2603 (1943) MS61 NGC, Osaka mint, KM-YA66, JNDA 
08-3. An always scarce issue, particularly when located even in 
lower Mint State grades. The fields still contain a considerable 
brightness and watery luster. 


19434F far Je FIVE, BAN J Se — S85, MS61 NGC. 
ACER. ABER TMM, RMA, MOEBMB. 
BULA TICE, ALAA. 

Estimate: $300-$500 


31194 Netherlands East Indies. Japanese Occupation tin 10 Sen NE 
2604 (1944) MS62 NGC, Osaka mint, KM-Y66. A rare pattern 
from this short-lived series, almost all of which were later melted. 


L446 ep J FI Je, AS BER CHE SR 9H, MS62 NGC. _ 
AER. FRLIN—R, (ER EMT, AR OE 
HI AR FY OK 

Estimate: $300-$400 


KOREA 








31195 Tae Dong Treasury Department Chon ND (1882-1883) MS61 
NGC, KM1081. With black enamel cloisonné. Showing a thickly 
applied obverse enameling that almost entirely covers the ‘Ho’ 
character. Much more seldom found with excess enamel rather 
than with the majority missing, a pleasing visual contrast created 
between the darkened rims and lighter centers. 


1882-18834F #¢ BlA R— #8. MS61 NGC. — 

TE Pel ta EE Be, BY Be J BB | Ae GE BB a BY 
Lesa FE A Se ABE BZA Sb i aD 88 BG Td AH 
Estimate: $500-$600 





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31196 


Bank of Hangang Private Ingot of 4 Taels ND AU (Surface 
Hairlines), KM-X Unl., Mandel-Unl. 51x5lmm. 153.50gm. 
Stamped: “Hanjiang Yin Hang” (Bank of Hangang / Han River). 
A seemingly unpublished private issue for which we have been 
unable to locate no other examples in our research. While the 
Chinese characters on the ingot suggest a private bank issue, the 
name “Hangang” (referring to the prominent Han River) remains 
generic enough to evade precise attribution. 


He Bl] VL SRT WY Wy ALS SR He AU (Surface Hairlines). 

51x51 BK. 2153.50 5%. Mat: | MTHRT] . AUAER 
AINA, AMR PR PSL. EARS E 
BY YR AE ART EAL A BRAT ON BT, 12 | te aA PR RED 
AAA PE HOF! BT HE. 

Estimate: $300-$500 





31197 


Bank of Hangang Private Ingot of 5 Taels ND AU (Surface 
Hairlines), KM-X Unl., Mandel-Unl. 59x59mm. 188.23gm. 
Stamped: “Hanjiang Yin Hang” (Bank of Hangang / Han River). 
Perhaps very lightly cleaned long ago, though this is hardly det- 
rimental to the overall eye appeal, which is enhanced by a bold 
strike. 


#2 BY YL SRT Ty AAS SR Se. AU (Surface Hairlines). 
59x59% Kk, 2188.23 5. Bad: [SRT . er RAU AR 
EA i 47 TAR ES It, (ERP ROSEN HE RSD, 
PRAT HS ie TLRS] 7. 

Estimate: $300-$500 








31198 





Bank of Hangang Private Ingot of 5 Taels ND AU (Surface 
Hairlines), KM-X Unl., Mandel-Unl. 58.5x59mm. 187.71gm. 
Stamped: “Hanjiang Yin Han” (Bank of Hangang / Han River). 
An ideal companion piece to the prior lot, sure to spark the inter- 
est of Korean collectors and those looking for a point of research. 


He JRL SRT TL Wy tA Se SR Se. AU (Surface Hairlines). 
58.5x59% kK, B187.71%. Rat: [THT . eM — Ha 
HE AEC AY, — re | eB A HR IE ERT EN A BY a 
Estimate: $300-$500 





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31199 


South Korea. Republic gold Proof “Queen Sunduk” 2500 
Won KE 4303 (1970) PR67 Ultra Cameo NGC, Valcambi mint, 
KM15.1. Struck in a mintage of only 1,750 examples. 


197044 # (#24 E| 25008 B24, PR6E7 Ultra 
Cameo NGC, 

Buf IK Loe ER, 1B 53 1,750%K. 

Estimate: $600-$800 





31200 


LAOS 


3-Piece Lot of Uncertified “Tiger Tongue” 1-1/2 Tamlung ND 
(16th-18th Century) XF, Mitch-pp. 387-389, Opitz-pp. 199-200. 
Weights average between 90 and 100gm, with lengths between 
111 and 115mm. An intriguing lot with several of the pieces 
showing light evidence of cleaning. Sold as is, no returns. (Total: 
3 coins) 


16-18t# 40 [RB Se SR | 1-1/2Tamlung, —41 = 4k. XF. 
Opitz# 199-200k Mim hme, -Ybeh 7902100%, RE 
LIS KELISEAKAS, MRBAN A, AAR 
FE, MPR, 

Estimate: $200-$300 


NEPAL 








31201 


Shah Dynasty. Prithvi Bir Bikram gold Mohar SE 1833 (1911) 
MS61 NGC, KM673.2, Rhodes-1125 (Asarphi). Milled edge. A 
very inviting representative with full highpoint detail and only 
scattered evidence of contact in the fields to bound the assigned 
grade. 


SE 1833 (191147) RJR Ate MS61 NGC. 
Je. NRT a, i Le BARD, APA. 
Estimate: $400-$500 





31202 


NETHERLANDS 


Willem II 10 Cents 1849 MS67 PCGS, KM75. Variety with 
dot after date. At the near peak of quality seen for the type, with 
watery fields demonstrating slight reflectivity. 


1849 4F fa B14. MS67 PCGS. - . 
HAR. BAR, ARE PERM RAE. 
Estimate: $400-$600 


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NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES 


NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES 








31203 


31204 


31205 


31206 


31207 


Dutch Colony. United East India Company 1/2 Duit 1790 
MS63 Brown NGC, KM112.3 (Rare). A rare type revealing 


significant red remaining over the surfaces despite its “Brown” 


designation. 


Paes Seals FF4] 1/2 Duit, MS63 Brown NGC. 

; ja AA ee MERA’ Brown’, HERMLMBEKE 
AL fe) 

Estimate: $400-$600 


Dutch Colony. United East India Company silver Specimen 
1/2 Duit 1758 SP58 PCGS, Dordrecht mint, KM72a. Holland 
issue. A very nearly Mint State example with only the softest rub 
on the highest points of the design bounding the designation. 


175844 4B RV EAB 1/2 Duitahe SP58 PCGS. 
4 fe iE A Fa RT. Et KR 
REA, 0 ae FEA 

Estimate: $200-$300 


TAS 7A EE 


Dutch Colony. United East India Company silver Specimen 
Duit 1755 AU Details (Scratch) PCGS, Dordrecht mint, KM70a. 
Holland issue. A very presentable issue aside from the noted 
scratches, with soft steely tones and ample backlight. 


17554 4B RAE BX =I Duitsr tect AU Details (Scratch) PCGS. 
BE RITE OR. Ta PT. BOA AK, La, IE 
Fi. WEE RMA Al PRE, LA aE. 

Estimate: $300-$400 


Dutch Colony. United East India Company silver Specimen 
1/2 Duit 1759 UNC Details (Scratch) PCGS, Dordrecht mint, 
KM72a, Scholten-363 (listed only in Proof). Holland issue. 
Reportedly struck on demand as a presentation piece according 
to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, with the coin at hand 
appearing very handsome and fully uncirculated. Mislabeled on 
the holder as full Duit. 


17594 @ BRAN EAAI/2 Duit sR. UNC Details 
(Scratch) PCGS. 

BABE HE SS TTT. TRAE RR Bok, Aye] te a on 
we, SHEED, BARES FRHSLAEALE.W 
Estimate: $200-$300 


Dutch Colony. United East India Company silver Specimen 
1/2 Duit 1771 SP50 PCGS, Utrecht mint, KM112.la. Utrecht 
issue. A scarce presentation off-metal strike according to the 
Standard Catalog of World Coins, with overall evidence of circu- 
lation wear remaining very light. 


17714 BREA A 1/2 Duitée et, SP50 PCGS. 

Fy 4 BY SC 3 OK Bie EAT AR BT FR LB ox, RLS 
ANS. TLR AIR. 

Estimate: $300-$400 





31208 


31209 


31210 


Dutch Colony. Batavian Republic 1/2 Duit 1808 MS64 Brown 
NGC, KM75. A lesser-seen issue in this state of preservation, 
with significant iridescent blues noted throughout the obverse 
fields. 


1808 4¢ 74/8 EN PE ee Se 4 en 1/2 Duit. MS64 Brown 


NGCe 
SPE RLU RACHA, OE Fe a BE Be 
Estimate: $400-$600 


Dutch Colony. Batavian Republic Duit 1808 MS63 Brown 
NGC, KM7o. A lustrous specimen revealing only slight periph- 
eral weakness. Mislabeled as a “1/2 Duit” on the NGC insert. 


a pe Ee Ei Ae et 0 A] 1 Duit. MS63 Brown 


tH RB, FRR, NCC PEATE ERE LA” 
uit 
Estimate: $400-$600 


Dutch Colony. Batavian Republic 1/16 Gulden 1802 MS64 
PCGS, Enkhuizen mint, KM77, Scholten-496b. Variety with ship 
within border. Highly lustrous and essentially untoned. 


18024F fa BR EN Ee ey Ee Ae ee 1/16/68. MS64 PCGS. 
MRP ARCERR. SHO. Bk, SEE. 
Estimate: $500-$700 


1/2 








31211 


Dutch Colony. Batavian Republic 1/8 Gulden 1802 MS64 
PCGS, Enkhuizen mint, KM80, Scholten-495b var (without 
border on reverse). Variety without inner border on reverse and 
mast under first leg of A. Exhibiting attractive pearlescent fields 
with contrasting tinges of amber at the peripheries. 


18024 fer Ji HR FN EAE ey Ee A we 4 FB] /8 J. MS64 PCGS. 
ate AF PAVE HAMA HIE EA EY 
Estimate: $500-$800 





31212 


31213 


Dutch Colony. Willem I Gulden 1840-(u) AU58 PCGS, Utrecht 
mint, KM300a. A well-preserved striking with strong detailing 
and the faintest hint of die polish on the reverse. 


1840- (Cu) 4F 7B REV EAI 1/8. AU58 PCGS. 
Fey FB SCS HE RAPIER, BEY See i Fe, 
He LIB AL, 

Estimate: $150-$200 


Dutch Colony. Wilhelmina gold Proof Pattern 1/4 Gulden 
1945 PR66 Ultra Cameo NGC, KM-Pn33, Scholten-Unl. An 
extremely attractive and watery striking of this highly sought- 
after off-metal issue. For the sake of accuracy, we note a small 
strike-through above the legend in the center of the reverse. 


oe FEAF 1/4/67 #4 te, PR66 Ultra Cameo 


ef A te HR 


Sey TIA. KAS, AEP REX LAA BUR. 
Estimate: $500-$700 
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NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES 


31214 


31215 


31216 


Sumatra. United East India Company Proof 2 Kepings AH 
1202 (1787/1788) PR64 Brown NGC, KM258, Scholten-954a. 
Struck to crisp definition and displaying delightfully glossy 
cocoa brown surfaces. 


AH 1202 (1787/17884F) # PY AA at BR NZ A a] 2 Kepings 
45 #8 $5, PR64 Brown NGC, 

An He, FET EA ar BR SA 

Estimate: $800-$1,200 


Sumatra Tobacco Co. copper Proof 25 Cents Token ND (1886- 
1892) PR64 Red and Brown PCGS, Scholten-1097, LaWe-181b. 
A quite rare plantation token, with just 2 pieces presently certified 
at PCGS, brilliantly toned in shades of electric violet and cobalt 
on the obverse. 


1886-18924F BK FAA EB EAB] 25 ee RE. PR6EA Red 
and Brown PCGS, . 
AHA HW KA, RRA. PCCSRAMMAH EMRRER 
Si BA SP 6, 28 We EAE Lh. 

Estimate: $400-$600 


Sumatra. Soengei Diskie copper Estate 50 Cents ND (c. 1890- 
1912) MS64 Brown NGC, Scholten-1162, LaWe-397. An enticing 
near-gem with full originality and strikingly Prooflike surfaces. 


1890-191 24F Be PZ Hi Pe SS ik A SH. MS64 Brown NGC. 
AE VEIN RRA Rtn, CTE Fe HE HT HS 
Estimate: $300-$350 














31217  Samarang bronze Specimen Medal 1872 SP65 Brown PCGS, 
LaWe-599 (RRR). 38mm. Mintage: 100. The finest certified 
example and likely one of the finest known of this extremely low 
mintage type, produced under the authority of CPK Winkel, a 
former lawyer and Procureur-Generaal to the Courts of Justice in 
Java. 

187247 Fit BR UE A al = Sse ARSE. SPS Brown PCGS, _ 
382. HTB 1004. ahs aE aE Ay Soc fe, ZEEE a PE I 
TAR. BT Sth, Se | A REA], ee 
Je We AR a ECPK Winkel#2 4% 42:34, 
Estimate: $600-$800 

NEW ZEALAND 

31218 Elizabeth II silver Proof “Brown Kiwi” 20 Dollars (Kilo) 2019, 
KM-Unl. Mintage: 100. Sold with COA #60. 
20194F- #5 Be | ABR | COTA RSRE AT) « 

BAT 21008. WES, TEHEHEO, 
Estimate: $500-$700 
RUSSIA 

31219 USSR silver Proof “Defense of Nature” 5 Ounces 1987 PR70 
Ultra Cameo NGC, Leningrad mint, KM-XMBI. Sold with 
COA. 

198 74F BRB: | RAT A | TERR (5 at Bl) . PR7O Ultra 
Cameo NGC, . . 
Fl SEE Ee TK. eA 
Estimate: $100-$200 
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31220 


31221 


31222 


31223 


31224 


31225 


31226 


31227 


SARAWAK 


Charles V. Brooke 5 Cents 1920-H MS62 PCGS, Heaton mint, 
KM13. A difficult series in general and difficult issue in particu- 
lar to find in anything approaching Mint State, with the majority 
of examples often heavily circulated or cleaned. 


1920-H4F #3} #5, MS62 PCGS. 

BAe eRe, DAW he, RRR EZASRA, HR 
— FREER EAA, RAIA AIH, BABRBE. 

Estimate: $300-$500 


STRAITS SETTLEMENTS 


British Colony. Victoria 1/4 Cent 1872-H MS64 Brown PCGS, 
Heaton mint, KM7. Toned to a violet blue, with hints of underly- 
ing red visible at the peripheries. 


1872-H4F 3% JE vig wk Fe 31/44) SA. MS64 Brown PCGS. 
BUS. REO, WALA IR 
Estimate: $200-$300 


British Colony. Victoria 1/4 Cent 1889 MS64 Red and Brown 
PCGS, KM14. Richly red in hue with mottled blue obverse tone. 


1889 46 3 Be ik RH 1/4 248%, MS64 Red and Brown 
PCGS., 

JEJE MEAL, Rep Raet. 

Estimate: $100-$150 


British Colony. Victoria 1/4 Cent 1889 MS64 Red and Brown 
PCGS, KM14. Choice red surfaces with ample die polish. 


1889 42 3 Ba lk eR 1/4248, MS64 Red and Brown 
P 


ese 
AY SIAL, BURR AIR. 
Estimate: $100-$150 


British Colony. Victoria 1/2 Cent 1872-H MS62 Brown PCGS, 
Heaton mint, KM8. Sharply executed throughout with a deep 
cocoa patination over the surfaces. 


187 2-H4F 3 JB He Wk Hh 1/248, MS62 Brown PCGS. 
SRG. BERL, REREMR. 
Estimate: $300-$400 


British Colony. Victoria 1/2 Cent 1873 XF45 PCGS, KM8. A 
type most typically seen in VF or lower grades, and frequently 
with a details modifier, this scarce date is outranked by only a 
pair of AUS0-certified pieces at PCGS, with Mint State speci- 
mens standing as spectacular rarities that are rarely offered. A 
perfectly appreciable type coin as such, with no serious flaws. 


18734 # Bye ke wy RHH1/22. XF45 PCGS. 

Hy E—- R LOR IRA RE, BORE RE BHie ‘ Wy 
FLEE th, E18 APCCSAB ES — HAUSOA SE, SK 
HH AR HY SR, a RAE AR RE EA, (EL AN AHR 

Estimate: $300-$500 


British Colony. Victoria 1/2 Cent 1889 MS65 Brown PCGS, 
KM15. Exceptionally pristine throughout with hardly a stray 
mark noticeable. 


ected Fe Hh 1/2248], MS65 Brown PCGS, 
dare ses, EH os, TATE. 
Estimate: sc $200 


British Colony. Victoria 1/2 Cent 1889 MS64 Red PCGS, 
KMI1S5. A brilliant red specimen that appears lavishly and care- 
fully struck. 


188945 He Jai Ves Uk FL RH 1/2258, MS64 Red PCGS. 
ERR ARALE oe, ST FEE 77 
Estimate: $100-$150 


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THAILAND 


31228 


31229 


31230 


31231 


31232 


31233 


31234 


British Colony. Victoria Cent 1862 AU58 Brown NGC, KM6. 
Only a one-year type showing minimal evidence of serious circu- 
lation and lustrous fields. 


186245 3% Ja EU 7H Kod 14) SA, AUS8 Brown NGC. 
1B BT — AEN Ail a to RA IRS, OC 
Estimate: $200-$300 


British Colony. Victoria Cent 1874-H AU Details 
(Environmental Damage) PCGS, Heaton mint, KM9. Revealing 
minimal surface marks with good detail. 


1874-H4F 3% Js is bk 9 R12. AU Details (Environmental 
Damage) PCGS, 

ESLER, AAR, Hoot, 

Estimate: $50-$100 


British Colony. Victoria 5 Cents 1891 MS64 PCGS, KM10. 
Lustrous, a single spot of deeper toning visible to the reverse. 


189.1 4F 3 Je HE UR FH R54, MS64 PCGS. 
TTL, A BA aR EEA 
Estimate: $200-$300 


British Colony. Victoria 5 Cents 1901 MS64+ PCGS KM10. 
A stunning near-gem grade, with lightly toned and remarkably 
clean surfaces. 


190146 3 J EUR FE RS, MS64+ PCGS. 7 
EULD tae SUN — 7K BLE, SRC AE, SATA — 
Estimate: $150-$250 


British Colony. Victoria 10 Cents 1888 MS64 PCGS, KM11. 
Dove-gray with golden toning. 


188844 JB ak 7H 102. MS64 PCGS., 
eRe 6, Bi, _L Ae aL HE, 
Estimate: $150-$200 


British Colony. Edward VII Cent 1908 MS62 Brown PCGS, 
KM19. Perhaps a bit conservatively graded with strikingly choice 
features. 


LOO84F He Je YF WR Fat Hh SEF, MS62 Brown PCGS. 

BEAMH BR To KRG LE, TAA FERS. 

Estimate: $50-$100 

British Colony. Edward VII 50 Cents 1907 AU58 PCGS, 


London mint, KM24. Certainly possessing a singular eye appeal 
with bold toning highlights. 


LOOT HK J YE WL FHS. AUS8 PCGS. 
Nt SEIS. MAW, LAER, TEE FER 
Estimate: $200-$300 








31235 





British Colony. Edward VII Dollar 1903-B MS62 PCGS, 
Bombay mint, KM25, Prid-1. Variety with incuse mintmark. A 
generally difficult type in Mint State grades, exhibiting sur- 
prisingly few signs of serious handling and a high degree of 
originality on the whole. 


LOOT Ji HE UK Fe Rt, SSR. MS62 PCGS. 

we Sie, ATE REN ch. FRR RR EK, RELA. 
HEAT REA ED ER, HE ORE PEL, uit RF 

Estimate: $400-$600 





31236 


31237 


31238 


31239 


31240 


31241 


31242 


31243 


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British Colony. Edward VII Dollar 1904-B MS62 PCGS, 
Bombay mint, KM25, Prid-4. Fully untoned, with a few grazes in 
the obverse left field noted for accuracy. 


1904-BF 3% Ji MEW ER HS DSR. MS62 PCGS. 
me. Me, EM RRAA ABR, BRAS. 
Estimate: $250-$350 


British Colony. George V 1/4 Cent 1916 MS65 Brown NGC, 
KM27. 


1916 2 3% JB va bk 9g 1/4245", MS65 Brown NGC, 
KM27. 
Estimate: $50-$75 


British Colony. George V 1/4 Cent 1916 MS64 Red and Brown 
NGC, KM27. 


1916 4¢ 3% JB ye ke 9 1/448, MS64 Red and Brown 
NEC, 

KM27. 

Estimate: $50-$75 


British Colony. George V 1/4 Cent 1916 MS64 Red and Brown 
NGC, KM27. 


1916 4¢ 3% JB ie ke 9 1/448, MS64 Red and Brown 
NEG, 

KM27. 

Estimate: $50-$75 


British Colony. George V 37-Piece Lot of Uncertified 5 Cents 
UNC, KM36. l6mm. 1.34gm. Includes 9 pieces dated 1926, and 
28 pieces dated 1935. Sold as is, no returns. (Total: 37 coins) 


ig CB J VR 5 ti, —AH =+-b4k. UNC. | 
162. 1.3456. GtzOM1I2Z6 WN P28 1ISS AW, HMI E, 
WEAR EAR 

Estimate: $200-$300 


British Colony. George V 89-Piece Lot of Uncertified 10 Cents 
1927 UNC, KM29b. 18mm. 2.73gm. Sold as is, no returns. 
(Total: 89 coins) 


Hi J VE PLR LOA, AAT UK. AGFA. UNC. 
ISEB. 2.73%... HUW E, PAB. 
Estimate: $300-$400 


THAILAND 


Chiengmai & Chiengsen Pair of Uncertified “K’a K’im” 
Tamlung (4 Baht) ND (1300/1350-1545) XF, Mitch-2741-2744, 
Opitz-pg. 171. With weights of 6l1gm and 62gm. The Chiengsen 
piece shows evidence of cleaning and PVC residue. Sold as is, no 
returns. (Total: 2 coins) 


1300/1350-154544 Bs" 1 Tamlung (444%) —¥. XF. 
Opitz 171A. FRR, BEDE ASC A62H. AMAR MR 
PVCH AEG. HIE, MPR. 

Estimate: $100-$200 


Nan Pair of Uncertified Toks ND (17th-20th Century) XF 
(Holed), Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 65, Plate BO1. With diam- 
eters of 40mm and 44mm, and weights of 62gm and 77gm. A 
relatively well-preserved pair, with only light encrustations and 
rather small piercings. Sold as is, no returns. (Total: 2 coins) 


+4 E=—+ 140% A Toks4t 524K Ht — 34. XF (Holed). . 
HED A4OK44 EK, BEDE MOL MTT HARE 
NH, ZS CORB IL. BE, BEA 
Estimate: $100-$200 


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Lahu, Akha, & Lisu Hill Tribes 5-Piece Lot of Uncertified 
Assorted “Bracelet Money” ND, Mitch-2991, Opitz-pg. 283. 
With sizes ranging from 64 to 94mm, and weights from 108 to 
218gm. A handsome assortment of “bracelet money”, 3 of the 5 
pieces of the same type as the cited example in Mitchiner and 
the “rounded bracelet” illustrated in Opitz, and the other two with 
twisted features. By far the most engaging is the piece with two 
dragon’s heads, for which we have be unable to locate any similar 
examples. Sold as is, no returns. (Total: 5 coins) 


#HLahu, Akha, & Lisu Hill 283% (4948), —A1 BA. HR 
Opitz 2830. KY64F942SKAS, SEK1OSA218 4A 
a, me — a Se |, RP =H ek Mitchiners ¥ 4| 
Flayas B48], Opitz Porta (Aw Fel, AMMA. 
SIE aT AL, RSA WY ze YT RE BY a, ORE RIE 
RUN KA, BIE, PRR. 

Estimate: $300-$400 


Hmong (Meo) & Mien Hill Tribes 2-Piece silver Multi-Tiered 
“Neck Ring Money” ND XF, Mitch-Unl., cf. Opitz-pg. 285 
(for single piece). Smaller ring: 126mm. 213.05gm. Larger ring: 
125mm. 251.84gm. Both rings appear to be hollow. A set of two 
rings that was clearly intended to be joined and worn together, as 
indicated by their similarity in design and lining up of the loops, 
though the original clasp has since been lost. Pleasantly free of 
any notable dings or dents and an engaging form of non-coined 
money. (Total: 2 coins) 


A. BARBIES Se SRR |, —AL te. XE. 
OpitzA 285 ea Bem. )MI2Z62BX*, 213.055. 
1252, 251.845. FRAN. RET WU, HORA, 
A RAO, AL Ae BT PY BC SB I I AR EE a, BE 
APY — SY SE BEI Er, 

Estimate: $400-$500 


Rama IV Pair of Uncertified 1/4 Fuang (Sio) ND (1865) Fine, 
1) copper 1/4 Fuang, KM-Y1. 22mm. 7.37gm. 
2) brass 1/4 Fuang, KM-Y la. 22mm. 7.18gm. 


Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg. 161, Plate F28. An interesting pair of 
scarcer second emission minors struck in both copper and brass. 
From the Dr. Norman Jacobs Collection (Total: 2 coins) 


18654F 4% Bl 738 tH 1/4 Fuang(Sio) sa, —AL M4. Fine. 
1) 1/4 Fuang $8" - 222K. E7378. 
2) 1/4 Fuang #38" - 222K, 7.18%. 


— AA BATE, 
HEL: Ba TE BT ek (E27) 
Estimate: $30-$50 


Rama IV 1/2 Baht (2 Salu’ng) ND (1860) MS63 PCGS, 
KM-Y10.1. Lustrous and fully choice, displaying a gentle speck- 
ling of deeper tone across the obverse surfaces. 


186044 405% Ot 1/2 488% (2 Salu’ ng) . MS63 PCGS. 
SRG ERY — 7, HT BR ELE. 
Estimate: $600-$800 








31248 


Rama V Baht ND (1876-1900) MS65 PCGS, KM-Y34. Near the 
uppermost end of certified quality for the type and revealing a 
unique mottled tone over glowing argent fields. 


1876-19004F 4738 Hit 1 RH, MS65 PCGS., 








31249 


Rama IX gold “Queen Sikrit’s Birthday” 600 Baht BE 2511 
(1968) MS67 NGC, KM-Y90. Mintage: 45,829. An iconic and 
highly collectible type produced in stunning detail with dazzling 
mint luster. AGW 0.4352 oz. 


19684F t3% JLtt | ae Ela Ee | COO SRE. MS67 NGC. 
47 245, 829%. HZREN KE, BRMRAUM, BLAZE 
ee ROSA, MAI. SEE: 0.43524 
Estimate: $700-$800 





31250 


VIETNAM 


Democratic Republic Proof 5 Hao 1946 PR64 PCGS, 
Vladivostok mint, KM2.2 (unlisted in Proof), Lec-4. Variety with 
value in raised star. A scarcer Proof striking replete with thick die 
polish lines in the fields. 


19464 i REHASH, PR64 PCGS. . 
WARE BSAA, DOM ARR, SR. 
Estimate: $200-$300 


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Current Bid............ Bid Increment Current Bid...............08 Bid Increment 
SNA) 5 decreas tea ete A Nate fhe tae $1 $10,000 - $19,999 Losses $1,000 
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appropriate permits are on file with Auctioneer. Should state sales tax become 
applicable in the state for delivery prior to delivery of the property on the invoice, Buyer 
agrees to pay all applicable state sales tax as required by the delivery state as of the 
shipping date. Buyer agrees to pay Auctioneer the actual amount of tax due in the event 
that sales tax is not properly collected due to: 1) an expired, inaccurate, or inappropriate 
tax certificate or declaration, 2) an incorrect interpretation of the applicable statute, 3) 
or any other reason. The appropriate form or certificate must be on file at and verified 
by Auctioneer five days prior to Auction, or tax must be paid; only if such form or 
certificate is received by Auctioneer within 4 days after Auction can a refund of tax paid 
be made. Lots from different Auctions may not be aggregated for sales tax purposes. 

In the event that Buyer’s payment is dishonored upon presentment(s), Buyer shall pay 
the maximum statutory processing fee set by applicable state law. If Buyer attempts to 
pay via eCheck and Buyer’s financial institution denies this bank account, or the 
payment cannot be completed using the selected funding source, Buyer agrees to 
complete payment using your credit card on file (subject to the surcharge detailed in 
paragraph 24). 

If any Auction invoice submitted by Auctioneer is not paid in full when due, the unpaid 
balance will bear interest at the highest rate permitted by law from the date of invoice 
until paid. Any invoice not paid when due will bear a three percent (3%) late fee on the 
invoice amount. If the Auctioneer refers any invoice to an attorney for collection, Buyer 
agrees to pay attorney’s fees, court costs, and other collection costs incurred by 
Auctioneer. If Auctioneer assigns collection to its in-house legal staff, such attorney’s 
time expended on the matter shall be compensated at a rate comparable to the hourly 
rate of independent attorneys. 

In the event Buyer fails to pay any amounts due, Auctioneer reserves the right to sell the 
lot(s) securing the invoice to any underbidders in the Auction that the lot(s) appeared, 
or at subsequent private or public sale, or relist the lot(s) in a future auction conducted 
by Auctioneer. A defaulting Buyer agrees to pay for the reasonable costs of resale 
(including a 15% seller’s commission, if consigned to an auction conducted by 
Auctioneer). The defaulting Buyer is liable to pay any difference between his total 
original invoice for the lot(s), plus any applicable interest, and the net proceeds for the 
lot(s) if sold at private sale or the subsequent hammer price of the lot(s) less the 15% 
seller’s commissions, if sold at an Auctioneer’s auction. 

Title shall not pass to Buyer until all invoices are paid in full. Auctioneer shall have a lien 
against the merchandise purchased by Buyer to secure payment of any and all 
outstanding Auction invoices. Auctioneer is further granted a lien and the right to retain 
possession of any other property of Buyer then held by Auctioneer or its affiliates to 
secure payment of any Auction invoice or any other amounts due Auctioneer or 
affiliates from Buyer. With respect to these lien rights, Auctioneer shall have all the 
rights of a secured creditor under Article 9 of the Texas Uniform Commercial Code, 
including but not limited to the right of sale (including a 15% seller’s commission, if 
consigned to an auction conducted by Auctioneer). Any Heritage foreclosure auction 
venue, whether or not the same venue as when the debt was incurred (e.g. Signature, 
Internet, or weekly), is deemed a reasonably commercial sale. In addition, with respect 
to payment of the Auction invoice(s), Buyer waives any and all rights of offset he might 
otherwise have against Auctioneer and the consignor of the merchandise included on 
the invoice. If Buyer owes Auctioneer or its affiliates on any account, Auctioneer and its 
affiliates shall have the right to offset such unpaid account by any credit balance due 
Buyer, and it may secure by possessory lien any unpaid amount by any of the Buyer's 
property in their possession. 


Delivery; Shipping; and Handling Charges: 


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Buyer is liable for all shipping, handling, registration, and renewal fees, if any. Please 
refer to Auctioneer’s website HA.com/c/shipping.zx for the latest charges or call 
Auctioneer. Auctioneer is unable to combine purchases from other auctions or affiliates 
into one package for shipping purposes. Merchandise will be shipped in a commercially 
reasonable time after payment in good funds for the merchandise and the shipping fees 
is received or credit extended, except when third-party shipment occurs. Buyer on lots 
designated for third-party shipment must designate the common carrier, accept risk of 
loss, and prepay shipping costs. Buyer agrees that Service and Handling charges related 
to shipping items which are not pre-paid may be charged to the credit card on file with 

Auctioneer (subject to the surcharge detailed in paragraph 24). 

Successful international Bidders shall provide written shipping instructions, including 

specified customs declarations, to Auctioneer for any lots to be delivered outside of the 

United States. NOTE: Declaration value shall be the item’(s) hammer price together with 

its buyer’s premium and Auctioneer shall use the correct harmonized code for the lot. 

On all shipments in which Auctioneer charges the Delivery, Handling, and Transit Fee 

infra, any risk of loss during shipment will be borne by Auctioneer until the common 

carrier’s confirmation of delivery to the address of record in Auctioneer’s file, this is the 

“Secure Location”. A common carrier’s confirmation is conclusive to prove delivery to 

Buyer; if the client has a Signature release on file with the carrier, the package is 

considered delivered without Signature. Auctioneer shall arrange, select, and engage 

common carriers and other transportation vendors on your behalf. Transit services are 
subject to the following terms and conditions: 

a. Scope of Transit Services: Merchandise for transit will be insured under one or more 
insurance policies issued by an authorized broker to Auctioneer. The merchandise 
will be insured for the invoice price of the properties (hammer price plus Buyer’s 
Premium) (“Insured Value”). For each shipment, Buyer will provide a Secure 
Location to which the items will be delivered. NOTICE: Auctioneer is neither an 
insurance company nor a common carrier of any type. 

b. Auctioneer’s Compensation for Transit Services: Auctioneer will provide transit 
services to Buyer for 34 of 1% of the Insured Value, plus packaging and handling fees 
and fees for the common carrier (collectively, “Delivery, Handling, and Transit Fee”). 
Buyer agrees to pay Delivery, Handling, and Transit Fee and comply with all terms of 
payment as set forth herein. 

c. Auctioneer’s Limitation of Liability for Transit Services: Buyer understands and 
agrees that Auctioneer’s liability for loss of or damage to the items, if any, ends when 
the items have been delivered to the Secure Location, and Auctioneer has received 
evidence of delivery. Any claim that property has sustained loss or damage during 
transit must be reported to Auctioneer within seventy-two (72) hours of the delivery 
date. Any recovery for loss of or damage to any merchandise is limited to the lesser 
of actual cash value of the merchandise or the Insured Value. Under no 
circumstances is Auctioneer liable for consequential or punitive damages. 

It shall be the responsibility for Buyer to arrange pick-up or shipping in a timely manner 

(within 10 days). Merchandise will be subject to storage and moving charges, including 

a $100 administration fee plus $10 daily storage for larger items and $5 daily for smaller 

items (storage fee per item) after 35 days. In the event the merchandise is not removed 

within ninety days, the merchandise may be offered for sale to recover any past due 
storage or moving fees, including a 20% Seller’s Commission. 

A. NOTICE OF CITES COMPLIANCE: The purchase of items made from protected 

species: Any property made of or incorporating endangered or protected species or 

wildlife may have import and/or export restrictions established by the Convention of 

International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) in various 

countries and domestically. Plant and animal properties include (but are not limited 

to) items made of (or including) Brazilian rosewood, ivory, whalebone, turtle shell, 


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currently banned or restricted in 5 U.S. states: New York, New Jersey, California, Hawaii, eases ee ae oo Sa Fe TE OR BE JE SE (EL es eS oy ae > AI AN BERS CE 
and New Mexico. By placing a bid, the bidder acknowledges that he or she is aware of FEAST RRA SEIS > TDA BEDI VERS SS SES oo FA ont He Ad 
any restriction in their country or place of residence and takes responsibility for: 1) BB SESS HANA Aye > AUREL RS PHA a SO Oa 
obtaining all information on such restricted items for both export and import; 2) BOW Ait isa pee RM KARE MCA SREY Pe 
obtaining all such licenses and/or permits. Delay, failure, or incapacity to obtain any TRIEE LE ° WIFE GHB > 35228 1-800-87 2-6467 1 & FAR FS DHE 

such license or permit does not relieve the buyer of timely payment or afford them the 

capacity to void their purchase or payment. Lots containing potentially regulated 

wildlife material are noted in the description as a convenience to our clients. Heritage 

Auctions does not accept liability for errors or failure to mark lots containing protected 

or regulated species. For further assistance, please contact client services at 1-800-872- 

6467. 

35. B. California State law prohibits the importation of any product containing Python skin 35, B. Fie ca ySAGEA IE Ea A ae ee A EEE CEN > AIL 
into the State of California. No merchandise containing Python skin will be shipped to Aa WE Re BUY) HE EER 6 BEE SAE CoA A 2 By i fy EE 
or invoiced to a person or company in California. = pee = @ ar, 

35. C. Auctioneer shall not be liable for any loss caused by or resulting from: 35. C. FA AEA DL BLAS [REE RAE BAR REE 

a. Seizure or destruction under quarantine or Customs regulation, or confiscation a. EE BATHE V7 FFE Ey ee wate aah es H sb RS FEIN jee Fae 
by order of any Government or public authority, or risks of contraband or illegal 2S BANA aia 7 Jal iae > 3 

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b. Breakage of statuary, marble, glassware, bric-a-brac, porcelains, jewelry, and 

similar fragile articles. 





36. Any request for shipping verification for undelivered packages must be made within30 36, WAAL BEAN Ea RRA RV ES LBS 30K Wik 
days of shipment by Auctioneer. i a 





































































































































































































Cataloging, Warranties and Disclaimers: sa ERE TERS SEH | 

37. NO WARRANTY, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, IS MADE WITH RESPECT TO EAVES ate ol fut BE Fel Ae LH AE{a] ATR BRE RATER ° FEAT 
ANY DESCRIPTION CONTAINED IN THIS AUCTION OR ANY SECOND OPINE. Any ie fe Hayat a INAS EL Be Ht AU AR A eS oS TB ee A, 
description of merchandise or second opine contained in this Auction is for the sole VER IA do Fee > i AAP tne wr fe SEAT (Ba es (EA HR > DR Ae 
purpose of identifying merchandise for those Bidders who do not have the opportunity NCE a hm 22 Ee Fe ee A SE IC Ef A SSR ° HE feT BS ALIET hl ee 
to view merchandise prior to bidding, and no description of merchandise has been 7A EB IE AS > TNR fa So OE: RENT SS 
made part of the basis of the bargain or has created any express warranty that th Psst TAB ATES AAEM SHE MBA Se PAs 
merchandise would conform to any description made by Auctioneer. Color variations ARS AZ © 





can be expected in any electronic or printed imaging, and are not grounds for the return 
of any lot. NOTE: Auctioneer, in specified auction venues, e.g. Fine Art, may have express 
written warranties and Bidder is referred to those specific terms and conditions. 










































































38. Auctioneer is selling only such right or title to merchandise being sold as Auctioneer 38. 7739 @ SH fHB AR @ RSH Hert HE Ae SEHR TE 
may have by virtue of consignment agreements on the date of auction and disclaims any NE AHS oP EVE CR FOB AES met Ae eR 
warranty of title to the merchandise. Auctioneer disclaims any warranty of ZEAL a FEE EE (TG O° Pirate > faut » $8 ASR ac eet TH 
merchantability or fitness for any particular purposes. All images, descriptions, sales SB  WHaWe> VoseeHe ARTE . EH. RES ECE RE Eth 
data, and archival records are the exclusive property of Auctioneer, and may be used by ie tel By aed A FAR 
Auctioneer for advertising, promotion, archival records, and any other uses deemed 
appropriate. 

39. Translations of foreign language documents may be provided as a convenience to 39, 42% 








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interested parties. Auctioneer makes no representation as to the accuracy of those AR FEE EBA > AL a 
translations and will not be held responsible for errors in bidding arising from : 


inaccuracies in translation. 


















































































































































40. Auctioneer disclaims all liability for damages, consequential or otherwise, arisingoutof 49, #78 \ AKER RAMS HEC B Ree ATR Rea 
or in connection with the sale of any merchandise by Auctioneer to Bidder. No third BAR o S85 EAL AEE A A RHR a Aa] LZ + ainea tie AA ATI 
party may rely on any benefit of these Terms and Conditions and any rights, if any, RAGS ie fh KAS Ea EAI (408 ) o ee \ PEM AE a aE eS AS > 
established hereunder are personal to Bidder and may not be assigned. Any statement WEAR RE HE EA FOS AE BAS AA] > RSE HS 
made by the Auctioneer is an opinion and does not constitute a warranty or AA REE je > ASAI] EB PIS BB ERY ee - 








representation. No employee of Auctioneer may alter these Terms and Conditions, and, 
unless signed by a principal of Auctioneer, any such alteration is null and void. 






























































































































































41. Auctioneer shall not be liable for breakage of glass or damage to frames (patent or 44. oS AV Be FEZ (HARBOE TENN ) RHE REE: TEE 
7 WES Re Z y 5B fee root 

cele such defects, in any event, shall not be a basis for return or reduction in purchase Kash B > (EESEAILIS AEE Boy SE IE GS (RE ABO HE 

Release: ae 

42. In consideration of participation in Auction and the placing of a bid, Bidder expressly Ay EF Se ASR E/E MH eS > iced KHATER S A. ELVA 
releases Auctioneer, its officers, directors and employees, its affiliates, and its outside BAe S . HINBAa REE WALES = CFE 4 eqeaare Ea] Seivizziees 
experts that provide second opines, from any and all claims, cause of action, chose of » Daal » BRAVE PEAT Ta ~ CTH > age AZAR 7S EHH 7 HEDR FR S eS 
action, whether at law or equity or any arbitration or mediation rights existing under bik BA Al) eo aE fit BRT BARE SAE > a aE HE 
the rules of any professional society or affiliation based upon the assigned description, fe YOK » a RS (a J Oe ain pee bh Boe AY FHA PMS TE fa Wt Ay En Th 
or a derivative theory, breach of warranty express or implied, representation or other seas en EFA HS > ere AVE CLE aX ral PAY RE A GE SS RS Hh 
matter set forth within these Terms and Conditions of Auction or otherwise. In the event RR HEE LAY Bee ee Ae He AS e fie F ipa spe EAA BITE Ht mk AR Ge 
of a claim, Bidder agrees that such rights and privileges conferred therein are strictly Tienes ae Fe BTA AB RNR > ete AEH Se A PRERV EET AR 











construed as specifically declared herein, and are the exclusive remedy. Bidder, by non- 
compliance to these express terms of a granted remedy, shall waive any claim against 
































































































































































































































































































































Auctioneer. 

43. Notice: Some merchandise sold by Auctioneer is inherently dangerous e.g. firearms, 43. S$: Seb Wee DAB clhewyin > Wt. Ato: Da RES Re] 
cannons, and small items that may be swallowed or ingested or may have latent defects Igne + ee AY ol Oy BE Ay ERE Je ee Pi > ie PRES AT BEA Aen - 
all of which may cause harm to a person. Buyer accepts all risk of loss or damage from ZR TRH es ELC Won Ars RAN — Ute CTS Se Bago RRR Be BK ee 
its purchase of these items and Auctioneer disclaims any liability whether under E> FHS AA Beas ER Fe FB A RE EEE > “AE SER IE 
contract or tort for damages and losses, direct or inconsequential, and expressly AE ES oe ECE HER © 
disclaims any warranty as to safety or usage of any lot sold. 

Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, and Remedies: SASS < (ER IB RR 
By placing a bid or otherwise participating in the auction, Bidder accepts these Terms eV E LH eds wayeld it FA BSist Se > RAR SATS SRA > 
a Conditions of Auction, and specifically agrees to the dispute resolution provided BF gett a) Se Ze IL Pre PE RAE 

erein. 

44, Exclusive Dispute Resolution Process: All claims, disputes, or controversies in 44. ERA AgfOAREA : aS ERAGAE > SHEE EG ine dii pF PBC (Ze 
connection with, relating to, and/or arising out of Bidder’s participation in Auction or Ea Rp Ag LR Se Se a a ater eeth WHS mses a IE far BY Be EK 
purchase of any lot, any interpretation of the Terms and Conditions of Sale or any 2tH Al] 7 3 Re AT HOE mt. feat ta BE GNA Hep ee mee . FETA BS on 2 4B 
amendments thereto, any description of any lot or condition report, any damage to any at Ee E 6) fA 28 fo fee ALES CH TBs WCRI / RAN AEE 
lot, any alleged verbal modification of any term of sale or condition report or Se . ea A/S IAS [HEA CE (aI A > AU “aval 5 3 > BE (oy AR 4 BS oo Be 
description, and/or any purported settlement whether asserted in contract, tort, under » BVA VER SS oo Seen (RS RATEA + BASS ( 
Federal or State statute or regulation, or any claim made by Bidder of a lot or Bidder’s fETHB A) WER SEHR) STAB SSIS | SHS mre 
participation in Auction involving the auction or a specific lot involving a warranty or WJ—FA} (Sea RE) > BES ih SSE Rp SISA > TIRE A Cale 
representation of a consignor or other person or entity including Auctioneer {which HA titel ize ) XHeritagels alee HBA IUPRE ESS > RE MAAR 
claim Bidder consents to be made a party} (collectively, “Claim”) shall be exclusively FIA ee > re ae Se BP eh SS A LIE TS ES oo PE 
heard by, and the claimant (or respondent) and Auctioneer each consent to the Claim SHY SE HT Be By ee ee EA ETT oc (PRANAB HEE 
being presented in a confidential binding arbitration before a single arbitrator HAGE ETT ° UAE Ree > ee SNe AA AS 
administrated by and conducted under the rules of, the American Arbitration FE SO aE Ze > TUB We AE ALA A Se Eo LS OO 
Association. The locale for all such arbitrations shall be Dallas, Texas. The arbitrator’s Be fe — 2B ee the ee Ey Se UE] oo ORS DASE oP 
award may be enforced in any court of competent jurisdiction. In the event that any ao EA] AG Re Bs HG ee co ee SH Eo ee] DA aR A SSE 
Claim needs to be litigated, including actions to compel arbitration, construe the $e Sei (PNG) (PR Sah o HA KREES Sree = © 


agreement, actions in aid of arbitration, or otherwise, such litigation shall be exclusively 
in the Courts of the State of Texas, in Dallas County, Texas, and if necessary the 
corresponding appellate courts. Ifa Claim involves a consumer, exclusive subject matter 
jurisdiction for the Claim is in the State District Courts of Dallas County, Texas and the 
consumer consents to subject matter and in personam jurisdiction; further CONSUMER 


45. 


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EXPRESSLY WAIVES ANY RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY. A consumer may elect arbitration 
as specified above. Any claim involving the purchase or sale of numismatic or related 
items may be submitted through binding PNG arbitration. A Claim is not subject to class 
certification. 

Choice of Law: Agreement and any Claim shall be determined and construed under 
Texas law. 

Fees and Costs: The prevailing party (a party that is awarded substantial and material 
relief on its damage claim based on damages sought versus awarded or the successful 
defense of a Claim based on damages sought versus awarded) may be awarded 
reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs. 

Remedies: Any Claim must be brought within two (2) years of the alleged breach, 
default or misrepresentation or the Claim is waived. After one (1) year has elapsed, 
Auctioneer’s maximum liability shall be limited to any commissions and fees Auctioneer 
earned on that lot. Auctioneer in no event shall be responsible for consequential 
damages, incidental damages, compensatory damages, or any other damages arising or 
claimed to be arising from the auction of any lot. Exemplary or punitive damages are 
not permitted and are waived. In the event that Auctioneer cannot deliver the lot or 
subsequently it is established that the lot lacks title, or other transfer or condition issue 
is claimed, in such cases the sole remedy shall be limited to rescission of sale and refund 
of the amount paid by Buyer; in no case shall Auctioneer’s maximum liability exceed the 
high bid on that lot, which bid shall be deemed for all purposes the value of the lot. In 
the event of an attribution error, Auctioneer may at its sole discretion, correct the error 
on the Internet, or, if discovered at a later date, refund Buyer’s purchase price without 
further obligation. Nothing herein shall be construed to extend the time of return or 
conditions and restrictions for return. 

These Terms & Conditions provide specific remedies for occurrences in the auction and 
delivery process. Where such remedies are afforded, they shall be interpreted strictly. 
Bidder agrees that any claim shall utilize such remedies; Bidder making a claim in 
excess of those remedies provided in these Terms and Conditions agrees that in no case 
whatsoever shall Auctioneer’s maximum liability exceed the high bid on that lot, which 
bid shall be deemed for all purposes the value of the lot. 


Miscellaneous: 


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Agreements between Bidders and consignors to effectuate a non-sale of an item at 
Auction, inhibit bidding on a consigned item to enter into a private sale agreement for 
said item, or to utilize Auctioneer’s Auction to obtain sales for non-selling consigned 
items subsequent to Auction, are strictly prohibited. Ifa subsequent sale of a previously 
consigned item occurs in violation of this provision, Auctioneer reserves the right to 
charge Bidder the applicable Buyer’s Premium and consignor a Seller’s Commission as 
determined for each auction venue and by the terms of the seller’s agreement. 
Acceptance of these Terms and Conditions qualifies Bidder as a client who has 
consented to be contacted by Heritage in the future. In conformity with “do-not-call” 
regulations promulgated by the Federal or State regulatory agencies, participation by 
Bidder is affirmative consent to being contacted at the phone number shown in his 
application and this consent shall remain in effect until it is revoked in writing. Heritage 
may from time to time contact Bidder concerning sale, purchase, and auction 
opportunities available through Heritage and its affiliates and subsidiaries. 

Rules of Construction: Auctioneer presents properties in a number of collectible fields, 
and as such, specific venues have promulgated supplemental Terms and Conditions. 
Nothing herein shall be construed to waive the general Terms and Conditions of Auction 
by these additional rules and shall be construed to give force and effect to the rules in 
their entirety. 


State Notices: 

Notice as to an Auction in California. Auctioneer has in compliance with Title 2.95 of the 
California Civil Code as amended October 11, 1993 Sec. 1812.600, posted with the California 
Secretary of State its bonds for it and its employees, and the auction is being conducted in 
compliance with Sec. 2338 of the Commercial Code and Sec. 535 of the Penal Code. 


Notice as to an Auction in New York City: This Auction is conducted in accord with the 
applicable sections of the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs Rules and 
Regulations as Amended. This a Public Auction Sale conducted by Auctioneer. The New York 
City Auctioneers conducting the sale of behalf of Heritage Auctions No. 1364738-DCA 
(“Auctioneer”) are licensed Auctioneers including Dawes, Nicholas 1304724, Guzman, 
Kathleen 0762165, Luray, Elyse 2015375, or as listed at HA.com/Licenses and as posted at 
the venue site. All lots are subject to: the consignor’s right to bid thereon and consignor’s 


option to receive advances on their consignments. 


Auction may offer, in its sole discretion, 


advances on consignments and extended financing to registered bidders, in accord with 


Auctioneer’s internal credit standards. 


Auctioneer will disclose to bidders, upon request, a 


list of lots subject to an advance, reserve, guarantee, or Auctioneer’s financial interests of any 
kind. All Terms and Conditions of Sale are available at HA.com and in the printed catalog, 
including term #21 which states: Consignor, auctioneer’s affiliates and, its employees may 
bid on their lots or other lots for their own account in accordance with the laws of New York 
and they may have information as to the lots not available to the public. On lots bearing an 
estimate, the term refers to a value range placed on an item by the Auctioneer in its sole 
opinion but the final price is determined by the bidders. 


Notice as to an Auction in Texas. In compliance with TDLR rule 67.100(c)(1), notice is hereby 
provided that this auction is covered by a Recovery Fund administered by the Texas 
Department of Licensing and Regulation, P.O. Box 12157, Austin, Texas 78711 (512) 463- 
6599. Any complaints may be directed to the same address. 


Chinese Translation: 
The Chinese translations are provided as a matter of convenience. In the event of a conflict, 
all English Terms and Conditions of Auction take precedence and are binding. 


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Additional Terms & Conditions: 
COINS & CURRENCY 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM A: Signature® Auctions are not on approval. No certified 
material may be returned because of possible differences of opinion with respect to the 
grade offered by any third-party organization, dealer, or service. No guarantee of grade is 
offered for uncertified Property sold and subsequently submitted to a third-party grading 
service. There are absolutely no exceptions to this policy. Under extremely limited 
circumstances, (e.g. gross cataloging error) a purchaser, who did not bid from the floor, 
may request Auctioneer to evaluate voiding a sale: such request must be made in writing 
detailing the alleged gross error; submission of the lot to the Auctioneer must be pre- 
approved by the Auctioneer; and bidder must notify Ron Brackemyre (1-800-872-6467 
Ext. 1312) in writing of such request within three (3) days of the non-floor bidder’s receipt 
of the lot. Any lot that is to be evaluated must be in our offices within 30 days after Auction. 
Grading or method of manufacture do not qualify for this evaluation process nor do such 
complaints constitute a basis to challenge the authenticity of a lot. AFTER THAT 30-DAY 
PERIOD, NO LOTS MAY BE RETURNED FOR REASONS OTHER THAN AUTHENTICITY. 
Lots returned must be housed intact in their original holder. No lots purchased by floor 
Bidders may be returned (including those Bidders acting as agents for others) except for 
authenticity. Late remittance for purchases may be considered just cause to revoke all 
return privileges. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM B: Auctions conducted solely on the Internet THREE (3) DAY 


RETURN POLICY: Certified Coin and Uncertified and Certified Currency lots paid for within 
seven days of the Auction closing are sold with a three (3) day return privilege unless 
otherwise noted in the description as “Sold As Is, No Return Lot’. You may return lots 
under the following conditions: Within three days of receipt of the lot, you must first notify 
Auctioneer by contacting Client Service by phone (877-HERITAGE (437-4824)) or e-mail 
(Bid@HA.com), and immediately ship the lot(s) fully insured to the attention of Returns, 
Heritage Auctions, 2801 W. Airport Freeway, Dallas, TX 75261. Lots must be housed intact 
in their original holder and condition. You are responsible for the insured, safe delivery of 
any lots. A non-negotiable return fee of 5% of the purchase price ($10 per lot minimum) 
will be deducted from the refund for each returned lot or billed directly. Postage and 
handling fees are not refunded. After the three-day period (from receipt), no items may be 
returned for any reason. Late remittance for purchases revokes these Return privileges. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM C: Bidders who have inspected the lots prior to any Auction, or 
attended the Auction, or bid through an Agent, will not be granted any return privileges, 
except for reasons of authenticity. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM D: Coins sold referencing a third-party grading service are sold 
“as is” without any express or implied warranty, except for a guarantee by Auctioneer that 
they are genuine. Certain warranties may be available from the grading services and the 
Bidder is referred to them for further details: Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), 
P.O. Box 4776, Sarasota, FL 34230, 
http://www.ngccoin.com/services/writtenguarantee.asp; Professional Coin Grading 
Service (PCGS), PO Box 9458, Newport Beach, CA 92658, http://www.pcgs.com/ 
guarantee.html; ANACS, 6555 S. Kenton St. Ste. 303, Englewood, CO 80111; and 
Independent Coin Grading Co. (ICG), 7901 East Belleview Ave., Suite 50, Englewood, CO 
80111. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM E: Notes sold referencing a third-party grading service are sold 
“as is” without any express or implied warranty, except for guarantee by Auctioneer that 
they are genuine. Grading, condition or other attributes of any lot may have a material 
effect on its value, and the opinion of others, including third-party grading services such as 
PCGS Currency and PMG may differ with that of Auctioneer. Auctioneer shall not be bound 
by any prior or subsequent opinion, determination, or certification by any grading service. 
Bidder specifically waives any claim to right of return of any item because of the opinion, 
determination, or certification, or lack thereof, by any grading service. Certain warranties 
may be available from the grading services and the Bidder is referred to them for further 
details: Paper Money Guaranty (PMG), PO Box 4711, Sarasota FL 34230; PCGS Currency, 
PO Box 10470, Peoria, IL 61612-0470; PCGS Gold Shield, PO Box 9458< Newport Beach, 
CA 92658. Third party graded notes are not returnable for any reason whatsoever. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM F: Notes graded by PCGS Currency between February 4, 2009 


and January 30, 2019 were graded and authenticated by K3B, Inc. under license from 
Collectors Universe, Inc. K3B, Inc, now operating as Legacy Currency Grading, has 
expressed in writing that notes graded under the license during this time period will still 
be covered by the full written guaranty of PCGS Currency. Warranties may be available 
from Collectors Universe, Inc. for all PCGS Currency notes graded prior to February 4, 
2009. 


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are sold “as is” without our grading opinion, and may not be returned for any reason. 
Auctioneer shall not be liable for any patent or latent defect or controversy pertaining to 
or arising from any encapsulated collectible. In any such instance, purchaser’s remedy, if 
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service that accompany the items. Auctioneer also reserves the right to grade items 
differently than the grades shown in the prior catalog should such items be reconsigned to 
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COINS and CURRENCY TERM J: Certification does not guarantee protection against the 
normal risks associated with potentially volatile markets. The degree of liquidity for 
certified coins and collectibles will vary according to general market conditions and the 
particular lot involved. For some lots there may be no active market at all at certain points 
in time. 


COINS and CURRENCY TERM K: All non-certified coins and currency are guaranteed genuine, 
but are not guaranteed as to grade, since grading is a matter of opinion, an art and not a 
science, and therefore the opinion rendered by the Auctioneer or any third party grading 
service may not agree with the opinion of others (including trained experts), and the same 
expert may not grade the same item with the same grade at two different times. Auctioneer 
has graded the non-certified numismatic items, in the Auctioneer’s opinion, to their 
current interpretation of the American Numismatic Association’s standards as of the date 
the catalog was prepared. There is no guarantee or warranty implied or expressed that the 
grading standards utilized by the Auctioneer will meet the standards of any grading 
service at any time in the future. 


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are not inert. 


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Heritage have available the option of arbitration by the Professional Numismatists Guild 
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July 9-11, 2020 Closed “O) 
July 11 - 13, 2020 Closed 

July 12 - 13, 2020 Closed C) 
August 4 — 9, 2020 June 15, 2020 

August 4 — 9, 2020 June 19, 2020 C) 
AUCTION DATES CONSIGNMENT DEADLINE 

June 4, 2020 Closed 

June 18, 2020 Closed = 
June 24, 2020 Closed ne 
June 25, 2020 Closed 

July 1, 2020 Closed _) 
September 13 - 14, 2020 Closed 

September 15, 2020 July 6, 2020 (CE) 
September 26, 2020 July 24, 2020 

October 6, 2020 August 3, 2020 

October 6, 2020 July 27, 2020 > 
October 16, 2020 August 13, 2020 

October 20, 2020 August 18, 2020 C 
November 6, 2020 September 4, 2020 

November 14, 2020 September 4, 2020 C) 
November 19, 2020 September 17, 2020 

November 19 - 20, 2020 September 9, 2020 —T 
November 20, 2020 September 10, 2020 a) 
December 38, 2020 September 23, 2020 C) 
December 4, 2020 October 2, 2020 
AUCTION DATES CONSIGNMENT DEADLINE —) 

a ec a a eae 

June 19 -— 20, 2020 Closed Cp) 
July 9, 2020 Closed 

July 11, 2020 Closed 

July 12, 2020 Closed 

July 16, 2020 Closed 

July 23, 2020 Closed 

July 25,.2020 June 2, 2020 

August 15 - 16. 2020 June 24, 2020 

September 10, 2020 July 21, 2020 

September 26 - 27, 2020 July 29, 2020 

October 3, 2020 August 6, 2020 
AUCTION DATES CONSIGNMENT DEADLINE 

June 5, 2020 Closed 

June 6, 2020 Closed 

June 7, 2020 Closed 

September 14 & 15, 2020 July 24, 2020 

October 15, 2020 August 24, 2020 

October 21, 2020 August 31, 2020 

December 6, 2020 October 15, 2020 
AUCTION DATES CONSIGNMENT DEADLINE 

June 9, 2020 Closed 

June 9, 2020 Closed 

June 16, 2020 Closed 

June 19 — 20, 2020 Closed 

June 30, 2020 Closed 

July 28, 2020 Closed 


September 11 - 12, 2020 July 21, 2020 
September 13 - 14, 2020 July 29, 2020 
September 13 - 14, 2020 July 9, 2020 

September 24, 2020 July 23, 2020 


HA.com/Consign | 877-HERITAGE (437-4824) | Visit HA.com/Auctions for the most current schedule. All dates are subject to change. 


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Sports | 10 PM Sundays 

Vintage Posters | 10 PM Sundays 
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Jewelry | 9 PM Tuesdays 


Ancient Coins | 8 PM Wednesdays 


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Photographs | 3 PM Third Wednesdays 


Nature & Science | 8 PM Thursdays 
Wine | 10 PM First Thursdays 


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Auctioneer licenses: TX: Paul R. Minshull #16591. CA Bond: Paul R. Minshull #LSM0605473; 
Heritage Auctioneers & Galleries, Inc.: CA-Bond #LSM0889114. FL: Paul R. Minshull #AU4563; 
Heritage Numismatic Auctions, Inc.: FL AB665. NY: Paul R. Minshull #DCA-2001 161; 

Heritage Auctioneers & Galleries, Inc.: New York City DCA #41513036 

and NYC Second Hand Dealers License #1364739. BP 12-25%: see HA.com. 


06/01/2020